At this park, there's a marsh with a boardwalk you can walk out on.
It's a great area for viewing birds and bugs.
Thankfully, the boardwalk is still long enough to take you out into the middle of the marsh.
I did manage to find a friendly dragonfly.
That made me pretty happy.
I put my finger up by his front legs, and he readily climbed onto my hand.
I think it surprised Mom as much as me.
I have no fear of insects.
In fact, Mom has to tell me to be really careful around some (like wasps).
There are interesting flowers along the path, as well.
Towards the end of the boardwalk, the marsh opens up more to reveal open water covered in algae.
I kept wanting to step on the algae, thinking it was solid underneath.
It's a really fun path, and I recommend checking it out.
It's the perfect length for little legs, although you have to watch to make sure they don't wander too close to the edge.
And I think the female was wanting to check it out to see if it was worth moving into.
Neither one was happy to have us around.
We went back inside to give the wrens their space, and I turned to the piano to keep myself busy.