• ANDERSON WATERWAYS

    SITE DESCRIPTION  The Anderson Waterways Trail System is an unofficial name given to the footpaths that unite the Shadyside Lakes, Killbuck Creek, Killbuck Wetlands, and the White River in northeast Anderson. The trail system was built in a piecemeal fashion over a period of many years, such that local names Read more [...]

  • MARY GRAY BIRD SANCTUARY

    The Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary is owned and operated by the Indiana Audubon Society and is located south of Connersville in Fayette County. Alice Green Gray gave the initial 264 acre property to the Indiana Audubon Society in 1943 as a living memorial to her daughter Mary, who preceded her Read more [...]

  • FORT HARRISON STATE PARK

    SITE DESCRIPTION Photo of the Olive-sided Flycatcher, Fort Harrison State Park, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 26th, 2016 by Ryan Sanderson; White-throated Sparrow by Ryan Sanderson also taken at Fort Harrison State Park in 2015 Opening to the public in late 1996, Fort Harrison is one of Indiana’s newest state parks. From 1903 Read more [...]

  • EAGLE CREEK PARK

    SITE DESCRIPTION Eagle Creek Park and Eagle Creek Reservoir are located just outside of the I-465 loop on Indianapolis’s northwest side. The Lilly pharmaceutical family began acquiring and maintaining the land as a nature preserve in 1936, continuing further land acquisitions for 22 years. Now comprising more than 4,400 acres, Read more [...]

  • SUMMIT LAKE STATE PARK

    Site description Photo of a Merlin  – taken by Ryan Sanderson. (Photo was not taken at this location but is represented of a bird that could be seen).  Summit Lake State Park consists of 2680 acres of grasslands, open brush, thickets, deciduous woods, mudflats, and marsh, along with the 800-acre Read more [...]

  • COOL CREEK PARK

    SITE DESCRIPTION Photo Credits: Northern Parula taken by John Valesquez and Field trip announcement from the Cool Creek Nature Center Facebook page. Opened by the Hamilton County Parks Department in 1990, Cool Creek Park has proven to be one of the best sites in Central Indiana for viewing migrant passerines. Read more [...]

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