Enjoy the fall colors

Trees are just starting to turn from green to yellow, orange, and red.  Trails are dry and all are open.  Deer, turkeys, various woodpeckers, and Blue Jays are frequently seen along the way.

West Nile Virus

Even though the warm summer days are coming to an end, the West Nile Virus is still being carried on by mosquitos. Numerous crows, hawks, eagles, owls, and song birds arrive at the sanctuary daily due to West Nile Virus. Once admitted, these birds get put on a strict...

Summer coming to a close

Migratory birds are on the move–warblers and others are heading south for the winter months.  Deer and turkeys are active along the trail.  Some trees are beginning to show signs of changing color for autumn. Join us on Wednesdays in September for the Trail...

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.