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Trail & Bird Sighting Info
All trails are open.
In the lake, look for American Black Duck, Gadwall, Wood Duck and Green-winged Teal. A Red-tailed Hawk has been hanging around the North Boardwalk.
An Evening Grosbeak was sighted at the bird feeder.
Rusty Blackbirds were seen down the Tow Path Trail. A Belted Kingfisher was perched on the Morning Glory. Birds at the mudflats at the south end: Pectoral Sandpipers, Greater Yellowlegs, Lesser Yellowlegs, Killdeer, Green-winged Teal, American Black Duck, Mallard.
Recent shorebird sightings in the mudflats at the south end of the lake include Pectoral Sandpiper, Greater Yellowlegs, Lesser Yellowlegs, and Killdeer.
Along the trails, look for migratory songbirds including Yellow-rumped Warblers, Blue-headed Vireos and Golden-crowned Kinglets.
The 4th and 5th grade students who
visited for a field trip today got to see a Red-tailed Hawk soaring and a
Belted Kingfisher hovering and hunting.