Creamers Field and nearby Wedgewood nature preserve provide access to boreal forest, wetlands and great birding habitat. Viewing the boreal forest may be the best part. Boardwalks cross this little visited and soggy habitat. Having never seen boreal forest before, we were delighted at its beauty. Be sure to note the wild calla lilies in wet places. Wear lots of mosquito repellent! In the large creamery fields, we saw flocks of sandhill cranes. In Wedgewood preserve, we found boreal chickadees and a family of red- necked grebes. The bird banding session was fantastic. (Check for the banding schedule.) During spring and fall migration, the birds will be fabulous (or so they told us.) Also great for walking. We visited 4 times and saw something different each time.
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