There’s little doubt that the Wetlands is the most outstanding feature of the Explore the Wild section of our outdoor adventure loop. Fall’s approaching quickly so here’s a very brief glimpse of the summertime wetlands which includes a few subjects you may have to look more closely to see.
The most abundant tree of the wetlands is the black willow. Here, it doesn’t reach a height of more than fifteen feet of so.
Yellow-bellied sliders are the most common aquatic turtle of the wetlands.
Dragonflies and damselflies are members of an order of insects called Odonata.
Enjoy the rest of the summer.