We took a walk with our two young children (ages 9 and 13) at Weedon Island Preservein early August 2012. The trail is short, flat, and well-marked, and entirely appropriate for children. The trail we walked was paved and elevated in the places where it wound through the marshy areas. The vegetation was an interesting (to me, a Michigan native) mix of mangrove, oak, and tropical grasses. Trails lead out to the water, where we saw fish jumping and a fisherman working there with a large net. The most novel sighting for us were the tiny black crabs we spotted in the vegetation along the trail.
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