Spent a warm summer afternoon with my 8 year old granddaughter walking the mile long pathway and then driving the 3 miles around the perimeter of the reserve. We saw mostly geese families (not uncommon, but delightful to watch their antics) and a few other small birds, despite using our binoculars. Did not spot any other wildlife except butterflies and dragonflies. This reserve is pretty small and the viewing was nothing like larger reserves I've been to, like the one on Sanibel Island in Florida. The wildflowers were beautiful and the shaded walk through the forested area was pleasant, except for the ground wasps which momentarily freaked out my granddaughter. Our biggest thrill was seeing 3 occupied osprey nests high atop the power lines on the highway, visible from outside the preserve.
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