Located off Marshy Creek Trail, Hummock Loop leads to a forested upland patch poking above the marsh, known as a “hummock.” This pine tree covered path takes you over the marsh on a narrow boardwalk to an open loblolly pine woods. The path continues around the perimeter of the hummock. You can follow the path or meander through the trees. It is a lovely quiet area and has multiple wooden benches providing a place to sit and enjoy seeing and hearing many birds throughout the year. Birds common to this area include cardinals, chickadees, wrens, and bluebirds. To see what birds have been identified during the different seasons of the year, go to the links below.