|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This was taken while hiking in Marshlands Conservancy in Rye New York.|
Marshlands Conservancy is a 173-acre wildlife sanctuary composed of a diversity of habitats. Forest, meadow, salt marsh and shore can be explored and appreciated here. There are three miles of trails and one-half mile of shoreline along the Long Island Sound. Located along the Atlantic migratory flyway, Marshlands is an excellent birdwatching location; more than 230 species have been sited.
The Marshlands salt marsh is one of few in New York accessible to the public for study and enjoyment.
Educational nature study programs, hiking/walking, birding, cross-country skiing.
Restrooms, maps and information are available at the nature center. The building also houses displays a small number of changing exhibits and saltwater aquaria containing representative species of marine life.
Nature Center Hours
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday and most holidays; The Nature Center staff may be involved in biodiversity studies on Fridays and the center may be closed . July through mid-August (during camp sessions) the center is open 7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. . Trails are open every day dawn to dusk.
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- [2008-12-12 8:20]
merhaba dear Angela...
verynice shot and comp... A superb colors and detail...selamlar
Nice subject - everyday but interesting. Good detail with the streaks of rust on the sign. Good DOF too with nice bokeh in the background elements beyond the fence.
- [2008-12-12 21:38]
Excellent detail and I like this rusty fence. Nice job. TFS