Song Sparrow is back

Trails are muddy, with puddles in low areas.  Song Sparrows were singing today and paired up cranes are busy scoping out the marsh.  Some ice still remains.

Helping Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

One trend we have been seeing is the increase of endangered and threatened populations making their way into the Wildlife Sanctuary. With 2014 marking 100 years since we lost the last Passenger Pigeon, wildlife enthusiasts are more aware of populations in decline now...

Tracks

The dusting of snow has allowed us to see all types of animal tracks.  Foxes, cottontails, squirrels, turkeys, geese and ducks, deer, opossums; and rodent tunnels under the snow can be see as well.

Meet the Ball Python

Meet our resident Ball Python. The Ball Python came to us in 1999 after it was confiscated as an illegal pet. Currently, the Ball Python weighs just shy of 4lbs and is almost 4 ft. long. Ball Pythons are carnivorous predators native to Africa. They eat a variety of...