The Bluebill pool trail is a 4.6 km trek through meadow and marsh. View the exquisite beauty of the Bluebill Pool and observe its inhabitants up close and personal. This is a terrific spot to see a good number of Great Blue Herons, plus spot American and Least Bittern, as well as resident and migrating duck species.
The Bluebill Pool is where Hullett's contingent of Black Terns make their home. Make sure to bring your binoculars, or a spotting scope to 'scope out' the impressive selection of bird life here! See a deer crossing the marsh, a muskrat swimming silently along or a Red-tailed Hawk gliding on the thermals of a warm summer morning.
Information provided by the Hullett Wildlife website.
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