Saturday, November 13, 2010
West Park Renovation via: The Ann Arbor Chronicle.
Overall, West Park looks great. The bandshell has been fixed up. In addition to preventing flooding and cleaning storm water, the wet meadows have been wonderfully landscaped with native trees (Tamarack, River birch, and Sycamore). The renovations also preserve the park's recreational areas and some really impressive bur oaks and black walnuts. Alright, enough spouting off about trees. Here are some more pictures from our trip to the park today:
I tried to get a picture of a large red-tailed hawk we saw in the park, but it didn't turn out. So use your imagination kids.
Posted by Ben Connor Barrie at 6:52 PM