|Trail markers with the Wild Bird Care Centre in the background.|
|Look at the amazing colours of these trees? Do you think Fall is the most beautiful season?|
|How do you think this tree stump ended up looking like this?|
|Who do you think lives here?|
|There is an awesome boardwalk over the marsh.|
|I love the trail markers on this trail!|
|Would you like to build some shelters on our day in the woods?|
If you want to read about Black-capped Chickadees, the kind we'll probably see, you can read about them on National Geographic and even hear their call so you'll recognize it next week or read another article (it's written about chickadees in Washington, but they're the same kind we have here!)
Canadian Geographic for Kids has a Beaver Facts sheet. Have you ever wondered why beavers build dams?
Canadian Geographic for Kids has a Cardinal Facts sheet. When I was leaving the trail tonight, four male cardinals were flitting around and I was astounded by their beauty.
I didn't realize cattails were edible! You can read even more interesting facts about cattails on eHow.
We will see White Birch Trees and Grey Birch Trees, you can read about how to tell them apart. Who will become a birch tree expert?
Do you know that lichen is a combination of algae and fungi? You can read about lichen on houseandhome.org.