BioBlitz Featured Location: Crosswinds Marsh
Crosswinds Marsh is a 1,050-acre mitigated wetland with 7 miles of trails consisting of boardwalks and gravel substrate, as well as a 4.5-mile horse trail. Crosswinds Marsh is part of the Oak Openings Region, with ecosystems including forested wetlands, emergent wetlands, wet meadows, and deep-water habitats. More than 240 bird species, including bald eagles, common loons, and wood ducks, have been observed. Sightings of deer, muskrats, painted turtles, bald eagles, and a large variety of songbirds and pollinators are common at Crosswinds Marsh.
- Jennifer Panek, Park Manager, Wayne County Parks
Ages: Elementary school age, Middle school age, High school age, Over 21 years only
- Plant and Animal Sciences
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Times and Locations
Date/Time: This is a self-guided experience.
27600 Haggerty Road
New Boston, MI 48164