Baileys Neck 1411
Dusky time at the 18 acre shallow emergent constructed wetland that CWH designed and built on Bailey’s Neck. We also own about 100 acres of wooded wetlands on adjacent lands there that are permanently protected for wildlife.
BN - old barn with vulture on tree - 04-2013 copy
An old barn that CWH is preserving next to the wetland to protect a nesting site for turkey vultures.
Bumble
A bumblebee enjoys common milkweed in the wetland buffer.
Grebe Doc1 copy
A pied-billed grebe enjoys the shallow wetland habitat.
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The observation blind overlooking the Bailey’s Neck wetlands donated by the Healy family in honor of Martha Healy.
This shows the barn that the vultures use to nest in, their favorite dead roosting tree, the rain garden full of tickseed sunflowers, and  the Healy observation  blind.
This shows the barn that the vultures use to nest in, their favorite dead roosting tree, the rain garden full of tickseed sunflowers, and the Healy observation blind.
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