Beaverdam Swamp Boardwalk
This breathtaking piece of land is part of the North Alabama Birding Trail, situated just west of the Huntsville International Airport at the dead-end of Old Hwy 20. It features many diverse species of plants and fowl. No admission, ample parking area, you cannot go all the way down to the end unless you are limber and willing to take chances due to part of the boardwalk being knocked out by a fallen tree. It is one of the satellite locations of the Wheeler Wildlife Refuge. This is approximately 1.5 miles down the trail, and about .25 miles from the start of the boardwalk itself.
Copyright: Michael Hazelwood
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Uploaded: 08/10/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014


Tags: beaverdam swamp boardwalk; swamp; boardwalk; nature; outdoors
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