Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Fields and Flowers At Indian Springs Metropark

Indian Springs Metropark - White Lake Twp., Michigan. 35 Miles Northwest of the city of Detroit. Where nature is on display for all who wish to enjoy the experience.

Sandhill Cranes searching for food alongside the small lake at the Nature Center. The Environmental Discovery Center for educational and underwater pond room observations, the wildflower fields for butterfly enthusiasts and pathways to get an even closer look at the frogs, turtles and dragonflies that inhabit the many ponds at this nature park nestled in the northern suburbs of Detroit, Michigan.












Butterflies and Birds are the main attractant for me at the Nature Center and Environmental Discovery Center. The wildflower fields bring in the winged creatures and deserve a short blog about their importance for their food and shelter of birds, insects and butterflies.

3 comments:

Shelley said...

This looks like a park I have to visit! How wonderful to see the sandhill cranes!!

dAwN said...

Nice post! Its so great that there are wonderful places like this for all to enjoy!
I look forward to your posts!

BIRDINGDUDE said...

I love the post! Great to have you blogging about your experience. I look forward to reading your posts and seeing your photography!