Andree Clark Bird Refuge
Andre Clark Bird Refuge
Trailhead: Opposite end of parking lot from the disabled parking space
Length: Less than .5 mile
Typical Width: 4 ft. & above
Typical Grade: Gentle
Terrain: SoftA thick layer of wood chips on the surface of this trail makes it difficult for both wheelchair riders and bicyclists to navigate. I managed to plow through it in a motorized wheelchair and it was well worth the effort, but I don’t recommend this trail for manual wheelchair riders.
Obstacles: Trail may be impassible in wet weather and after a new layer of wood chips has been laid.
DescriptionAlong the path from the parking lot to the trailhead, ducks congregate on the sandy shoreline. During my visit, in summer, rabbits darted across the trail while dragonflies hovered overhead, and the highway noise faded behind sounds of ducks and birdsong. Interpretive signs along the trail identify resident and migratory birds. Down the narrower spur trails, three wooden...
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Reviewed by Bonnie Lewkowicz, September 23, 2008
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