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Lizard's Tail and Purple Loosestrife are now in bloom. The large flowers of the American Lotus are visible on the Lake. Osprey can be heard calling from their nest along Industrial Road near the Middle Parking Lot.
American Lotus has started to bloom near the Middle Parking Lot. A Black-crowned Night-Heron was spotted along the Towpath Trail.
All trails are open, public restrooms and the Nature Center remain closed.
All trails are open. Public restrooms and the Nature Center remain closed.
There is a large swath of American Lotus growing at the end of the North Boardwalk. Expect a nice showing of blooms there starting mid-July. Birds are busy feeding on mulberries near the Morning Glory spillway.
An Osprey can be seen on its nest located on the telephone pole on the far side of Industrial Road at the Middle Lot. We hope to see babies there really soon!
Snapping turtles were seen nesting and laying eggs in the Park at various locations. Early, humid, wet mornings are best to view this incredible process.
Muskrat seen swimming in the Canal.
All trails are open, public restrooms and the Nature Center remain closed. Look for yellow Spatterdock blooming in the Canal and for the white Sweet-scented Water Lily blooming near the Spillway. Also a Monarch butterfly was spotted in front of the Nature Center.
Snowy Egret and Semipalmated Sandpiper today on the mudflats in the southern part of Wildwood.