The five acre pond in the Mildred E. Grierson Memorial Wildlife Sanctury can be observed from Todd Road where there is a foot path entrance. These spring fed ponds and wetlands are a haven for migratory water fowl and other bird life. They are also populated with fish, reptiles, and turtles. Beyond the ponds the trail leads up a steep hill to 13 acres of hard wood forests and a stone wall which marks the boundary of the Marion Yarrow Preserve. Trail is .5 miles
Level: Beginning level; a steep switchback up ot the Yarrow Preserve can be slippery
Directions: The sanctury entrance is on Todd Road, 100 yards east of Mount Holly Road. Park on the roadside. Can be accessed from the orange trail of the Yarrow Preserve.
Wednesday, Nov 18, 2020 at 7:00pm Eastern Time
WEBINAR hosted by Chinatown Manpower (conducted in Mandarin Chinese)
Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020 at 5:30pm Eastern Time
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