My husband and I went to Huntsville the day after Christmas and as we came toward a birding trail that I've been wanted to visit, he asked if I would like to take a quick stop in along our way.
Why...yes! and I just happened to have my camera. It was a very bright morning but I took a few photos to share. Just off the parking area was an impressive bridge doing it's best to keep people from jumping into the waters.We've had lots of rain and the river was high and fast moving.I could hear an Eastern Towhee in the bushes and he popped out just long enough for me to click a quick shot. (Heavily cropped).I think this footbridge was much closer to underwater not long ago.I LOVE the bark of these trees.There are lots of places to sit a spell.And it's very nice of them to label the pretty trees!There are places to throw old fishing line...but this isn't one of them!These bat houses are very much like the ones I want to build for our yard.We only spent a short time here and there is a lot more to see, so come on Debi! I'm ready to go back for a great nature walk!
Clicking on the title of this post will bring you to a web about the park.
There are two spellings used. I'm using the one on the sign to the park.