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Follow this trail into the South Loop using the i.d.
markers for trees and other plants as your guide. Keep
an eye out for alien-like mushrooms as you pass the
dead oak. This dead tree is actually teeming with life.
Journey to the leopard frog marsh. You’ll pass
through woods where vultures perch and pocket
prairies that are full of life. Enjoy views of the lakeside
just off the main trail.
1 hr. 25 min. Easy
This trail is a must for wildlife viewing. Open prairies
full of wildflowers and marshy grasslands lead to an
exclusive view of the levee where deer abound and
Gnarled old oaks line this trail where owls can often be
heard in the evenings. The path crosses the old road
of farm days past, along remnants of a farm fence line,
then into a new-growth prairie and woodland.
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