This morning I started out once again at Stewart Wetland. Not as many birds, but the Sandhill Cranes headed east on schedule. This time I counted one big flock of 71. Rather distant for the G16 camera though.
Intrigued by yesterday's finding at Brander Park, I checked out the other interpretive signs at Brander Park. There are several on different themes.
After walking past the one of birds that I showed yesterday, I saw this one on passenger ships. The photos are from my father's collection at the Sombra Museum.
Another sign was about Baby Point (pronounced Bawbee). I have mentioned this before as Brander Park location was the oldest settlement in the area dating back to the mid 1700's.
|View from Baby Point|
Other signs were on the Prohibition days (rum running!) and shoreline rehabilitation. I thought the most interesting one was this one on Maud Menten. Obviously a very scholarly lady! Read it for yourself.