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Meet at the Nature Center for an easy trail clearing/clean up activity! Bring clipping tools if you have them and gloves. A hat and bug spray are a good idea and as always, plenty to drink! This is our pay back to the park for allowing us to use their meeting room for our monthly meetings. Public/Leisure Contact: Paul Cummings[masked]
Join Paul on a stroll in this 30 acre manmade wetland inside the Village Park Athletics Complex. There is a 1500 foot elevated boardwalk and a mile of trail that attracts lots of birds... so bring some binoculars. Sorry but dogs are not allowed on our activities. Public/leisure Contact Paul Cummings[masked]
A spirited one-hour walk will get your appetite up for breakfast at Toojay's afterward! If you keep up with Paul you will walk a little over 3 miles in a hour... but if you are not up for it you can slow to your own pace and shorten the distance. But you need to be back at the parking lot in a hour to head for breakfast! Reminder: Dogs are not allowed on our outings. Contact Paul Cummings,[masked]. Public/Leisure This is a BIG park with several entrances. Use the entrance on Congress Avenue between Lantana Road and 6th Ave S. Go east to the first intersection and make a right. In about 50 yards turn left into the first parking lot you come to. The numerous times I have been to this walk our group has been the only ones in the parking lot.
Join Paul on a 2 for 1! Meet at Wakadahatchee for a birding stroll on their boardwalk and then head to Green Cay for a comparison. I think you'll find both great! Binoculars are a fun addition for a close up look. Please note: Dogs are not allowed on our outings. Public/leisure Contact Paul:[masked]