The South Florida Water Management District has finished up the construction projects at CREW Bird Rookery Swamp Trail and now the entire …
Next time you’re out hiking CREW trails, take note of where you tend to look. And then try looking elsewhere to discover new interests. There are many other wonderful things to observe out hiking around the CREW Trails this winter. What do you look for on the trails? Will you try something new?
By Allison Vincent CREW Trust Executive Director Brenda Brooks always says that she doesn’t have a favorite CREW Trail, but instead a …
Migratory birds in a sense are hard-wired to navigate on long journeys – sometimes crossing continents and oceans, which for their size is a feat worthy of recognition in itself!
When you visit the CREW lands you’ll come across invasive plant species, and whether you’re aware of them or not, they’re there! Some invasive species are beautiful, like the caesar weed, and you might find yourself wondering why the land managers have it out for them. What could a few plants possibly do to impact the broader ecosystem?
Walk the seasonally wet trails of CREW for an education in watersheds! Join our education coordinator, Julie Motkowicz on any of the four upcoming Wet Walks – each at a different trail location.
The Event on Saturday will be the 400th cache!
Join us this Sunday, April 11th from 8-10 a.m. to hike CREW’s newest trail, the Purple Trail!
CREW visitors are often lucky enough to see BCFSs throughout the CREW trails because these squirrels prefer a habitat mosaic, like the one preserved within the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed, including pine flatwoods, cypress swamps, and hardwood hammocks.
by Nan Mattingly As you set out to enjoy the riches of Bird Rookery Swamp (BRS for short) think of the people …