This interpretive walkway through the Port Orford Wetlands offers an educational experience in a marshy setting. Tucked away in a neighborhood, bird watchers and biology enthusiasts will likely spy all sorts vegetal, avian, and mammal delights. For those of us less environmentally savvy, it is still a nice walk in a unique setting.
Broad, flat decking winds through tall grasses, bushy trees, and water plants. Educational placards elucidate the various plant species in the area. Although the ample explanatory signs along the walk describe otters, turtles, newts, herons and many other bird species, the only breathing flying critters we saw on our visit were a few flitting dragon flies.