Marshy Creek Trail is unique in that it contains different habitats along the trail — a wet meadow, a woodlot, and a salt marsh. These different habitats provide the opportunity to see a variety of bird species during the seasons of the year. Over 200 species of birds have been identified along Marshy Creek Trail and in Marshy Creek. Go the the links below to see what species you may see during the different seasons.
About 0.3 mile down Marshy Creek Trail is an Observation Platform looking out to Marshy Creek and the salt marsh. Many different species of birds can be observed from the platform. Go to the links below to see what birds may be identified during the different seasons.
At the end of Marshy Creek Trail is a boardwalk to the Kayak Launch, where CBEC’s kayaks are launched. This also an excellent place to view the many different birds that are on Marshy Creek during all seasons. Go to the links above to see what birds can be identified on Marshy Creek during each season.