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A Trip to Westminster’s Bird Blind

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NEW WILMINGTON PA — You can head up the Bio trail or take the road like I did to get to the Edward C. Gese Memorial Garden Spot at Westminster College. Despite having bird feeders and bird houses, there were a disappointing amount of birds in sight. Mostly trees and grass around. Not too much too see unless you go off a small path.

What’s down the path you might ask? First, there’s mud, ice, and water. Not the most fun to get through. Fortunately, that pathway doesn’t last too long before you can safely, even if a bit dirtily arrive at the Bird Blind.

It’s a wooden structure that elevates off the ground. And leading up to the wooden platform is a set of wooden stairs. Unfortunately, even from up in the blind I didn’t manage to see any of the birds. Though it will surely be more helpful during the summer months for bird watchers and enthusiasts alike.

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