By Paul Schmitt
Peninsula State Park attracts thousands of visitors during the prime tourism season, but locals can experience a unique outdoor activity this spring that can really bring you up close to nature. The White Cedar Nature Center in Peninsula State Park is a setting for a variety of birds, especially chickadees to congregate this time of year. Steve Strucely of the Friends of Peninsula State Park describes the scene around the nature center.
Strucely says the wooded setting is a great attraction for chickadees as well as other wildlife like turkeys, and squirrels. You can watch a video of the birds being fed at Peninsula State Park on the multi-media section on DoorCountyDailyNews.com or clicking on the link below.
(Photo and video by Nick Freimuth)