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Trail & Bird Sighting Info
Green Herons have returned to the Canal along the Towpath.
Recent Sightings include: Ruby-crowned Kinglets, Dark-eyed Juncos, Water Snakes, American Bullfrog, and a myriad of Spring Wildflowers.
Art In The Wild opens today, stop by the Nature Center or a trailhead kiosk for the brochure.
Check Tall Timbers Trail for blooming Dutchman's Breeches, Trout Lily, Spring Beauties, Cut-leaved Toothwort and Early Saxifrage.
An Eastern Towhee was see at the Nature Center bird feeders.
Osprey have returned to the nest on Industrial Road across from the Middle Parking Lot.
Trails Closed due to high wind advisory.
Art In The Wild artists are hard at work, please respect their sites which are currently under construction.
Tree Swallows are back in the PA Canal adjacent to the Towpath Trail. Ruby-crowned Kinglets are migrating through the park this week.
The Delta Boardwalk is open.
An American Coot continues along the Towpath Trail. Green-winged Teal, Wood Ducks, Northern Shovelers and Northern Pintails are a few species present on the lake.
The Delta Boardwalk will be closed Monday (3/15) and Tuesday (3/16) for repairs.