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Monday, June 13, 2016

Let's Take a Walk Along The Salt Marsh Nature Center Path...

Above: On the way in....on Ave. U and E. 33rd St.

Below: Restrooms and pamphlets inside, as well as meeting rooms and where they  give talks and give presentations and shows.


Above: First Stop...

Above: Second Stop...Overlook from bridge.
    The first half of this mile-long trail follows the shore of Gerritsen Beach, which empties into Jamaica Bay. From the trail’s boardwalk and viewing platforms you can observe the birdlife for which the park is famous, including the herons, egrets, ducks, and geese that frequent the marsh throughout the year. The trail’s second leg winds through a prairie of tall grass, where you can sometimes spot cottontail rabbits and ring-necked pheasants. Comfort stations and maps are available inside the Salt Marsh Nature Center.
Above: Walking Path is a loop - a bench or two along the way.

Above: Stop Three...a deck platform with bench overlooking the water.

Above: A nice spot for a picnic lunch...bring sunscreen and OFF in summer.

 Above: Photographer getting a shot at the eagle nest set up by the rangers. They were nesting at time of this photo.
Above: Continuing along the path...

                                                 Above: Marsh grass.














Above: Back over the bridge...


Above: Bird Watching Group - Sat. at 8a.m. with ranger.

Above: Observation Deck behind the Nature Center Building...

Above: Picnic Tables at the front of The Nature Center...

 Above: Benches along the front of The Nature Center in front of the building along Ave. U - across from Marine Park.
Above: View from Ave. U. The end of our walk.

HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE VISIT.

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