Friends member Kimberley Roll is a popular blogger with her nature hikes at the Limberlost Territories in southern Adams County (Geneva) and northern Jay County (Bryant). Join her as she takes you on a special February hike.
Mallards in the Loblolly Creek in southern Adams County.
Juvenile bald eagle checking out the Geneva nest. This is before the adult pair were nesting.
Wild turkey which would have been our national bird if Benjamin Franklin had his way.
Bald eagle bathing at the Loblolly Marsh.
Rough-legged hawk. Two to three of these hawks have been seen at the Loblolly Marsh.
Fog over the Limberlost Swamp Wetland Preserve.
Three of the resident deer that like walking the Deacon's Trail at the Limberlost Swamp Wetland Preserve.
Short-eared owl at dusk at the Limberlost Swamp Wetland Preserve.
Great Blue Heron. There are a few that stay around here in the winter.
Muskrats are a common site at the wetlands and in the creeks.
Kestrel. They are commonly seen at the Loblolly Marsh and the Limberlost Swamp Wetland Preserve.
We hope that Kimberley Roll's hike has inspired you to explore Limberlost. This is a basic map of the 1800 acres that are preserved.
The volunteers and staff of Limberlost