You can help wildlife

Yes, YOU can help wildlife! Did you know you can help wildlife by just providing a space for animals to be released? Every year we have squirrels, cottontails, raccoons and other critters that need space to run free after they have rested, grew, healed, and have...

Wet conditions

Trails are mostly dry, but low areas are still muddy.  Woodchucks, turkeys, deer, garter snakes and dragonflies have been seen daily along the trail.  Mosquitoes are abundant.

Fawn Season

It’s Fawn Season! White-tailed deer have started having young– and even if it seems the youngsters are alone, they typically are not! Mom does not always stay by the fawn. She does not want to lure predators to the youngster. Fawns typically lay quietly in...

Trail mostly dry

Most areas are drying out, there are only a few low spots with standing water.  Mosquitoes are hatching and are present.   Birds are busy nesting and starting nesting behavior.  Many spring flowers such as bluebells are done blooming, and some, such as Mayapples will...

Oriole singing

We heard our first of the year Baltimore Oriole singing on the trail fitness walk yesterday afternoon.    Trails are still flooded in low areas, but most areas are dry.  Enjoy the spring!