What's Happening at Wildwood Park?
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Trail & Bird Sighting Info
Mallard, American Black Duck, Green-winged Teal, Wood Duck, Northern Shoveler, Gadwall, American Coot, American Wigeon, Northern Pintail, Canada Goose, and Bufflehead have been recently seen on enjoying the Lake.
All trails are open.
The Delta Boardwalk is open. The North Boardwalk is still closed due to debris from flooding last week.
The North Boardwalk and the Delta Boardwalk are closed today due to water levels.
Rusty Blackbirds, Hermit Thrush, and Ruby-crowned Kinglets have been seen on the Towpath and North Boardwalk.
bear tracks were seen this morning in the park, adding to the interesting
mammal sightings of the past week.
American Coot and Bufflehead were seen from the Towpath in the Lake.
A Porcupine was spotted in the park today, a rare daytime sighting for this mostly nocturnal animal.
Autumn Colors are out on display for all to see. Beautiful views abound on the Towpath and Tall Timbers Trails.
Great Egrets remain near the Lake Mud Flats and Towpath Trail.