Woodwild Park Assoc Plans Spring Meeting TONIGHT

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 The Spring Meeting of Woodwild Park Association will be held on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 from 7 PM to 8:45 PM at the Metuchen Public Library - Middlesex Avenue between Main Street and Linden Avenue.  All who are interested in the preservation of nature and wildlife are invited to attend. 


Woodwild Park is located in Metuchen and its main entrance is at the stone pillars on Middlesex Avenue between Oak Avenue and Grove Avenue. It is a 3.5 acre natural park and wildlife sanctuary. Over 58 species of birds have been recorded, using it as a migratory stopping place. The park, a gift of Charles and Elizabeth Corbin in 1897, is meant for passive recreation and has walking trails.  It includes a "kettle hole" a geologic formation created by glacial activity. It becomes a seasonal pond visited by ducks and other wildlife. The Park is managed by Woodwild Park Association, a group of volunteers dedicated to maintaining and preserving the park for future generations. Join us! Visit www.woodwildpark.org for further information or call 917 207 4953.

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