Lots of hummingbirds have returned to the feeders on the deck of the Nature Center.
Spring migration is in full swing! Yellow-throated Vireo, American Redstart, Scarlet Tanager, Nashville Warbler, Tennessee Warbler and Blue-winged Warbler are just a few recently sited species. Check the eBird page (https://bit.ly/3FgR0jg) for Wildwood Park to see a full list!
A section of Wildwood Way Trail will be closed today from 7am – 3pm for macadam repairs. Visitors will have to turn around at the Paxton Creek Bridge.
It’s Peak Migration at Wildwood, today’s list includes: Baltimore Oriole, Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, Warbling Vireo, Field Sparrow, Black-and-white Warbler, Yellow Warbler, Yellow-rumped Warbler, and Veery.
Trout Lily, Spring Beauty & Cut-leaved Toothwort are blooming on Tall Timbers Trail.
A few wildflowers are blooming on the East Shore Trail including Spring Beauty and Early Saxifrage.
It’s Art In The Wild Opening Day! Meet the artists along the trails from 1-3PM.
Lots of dog walkers were spotted at the first ever Friends of Wildwood, Wild About Dogs Event!
Skunk Cabbage can be seen along parts of the Delta and North Boardwalks.
Witch Hazel, also known as “Forsythia of the Wilds,” is blooming along Wildwood Way Trail.