|Canadian Columbine's along Miller Creek Trail|
Anyway, once on Holden, you soon come to Line 7 (which is what E Communication becomes) and turn left. The map on the phone showed it to the right, so we drove up and down the road looking for it. It's practically right across from Holden and the sign is pretty hidden. It's brown with yellow letters. You'll see the gate a few meters into the little driveway. There's really only parking for 2 cars, so I'm guessing this park doesn't get used much? The trails certainly didn't seen all that heavily used.
|Red Wing Black Bird|
The actual trail goes along the edge of the marsh, giving you more chances to see birds. The mosquitoes were crazy bad in the shady areas, so we didn't stick around too long, just did the loop and headed back out.
There's no place to sit and have a picnic (unless you carry a blanket and set up in the one area that's a little field. Basically, it's a small little protected area with a marsh and small creek, but I imagine it's a good spot to watch for birds. We did see a yellow bird that definitely wasn't a goldfinch, but I couldn't positively identify it. It might have been a pine warbler. I got a picture but the angle didn't give me a view of it's wings or tail so I couldn't be sure. I just know the wings weren't dark enough to be either a male or female goldfinch.