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Let's see what's down this road we said. What a great place! So close, but hidden. A nice little park with a lake and lots of birds of many species. So relaxing to just sit, relax and watch the birds. Lots of people come with...More
We came in mid March and April of 2018, on the island in the little lake, there were many new born birds in their nests of different species. There is a trail to walk around the lake and view the island from different angles and...More
My wife and I visited on a bright sunny day and it was very relaxing and somewhat entertaining to watch the interaction of the birds on the island . It is a very soothing environment in which to take a walk around the park and...More
We came upon the Venice Rookery through a things to do search and found a real gem. This is a great place to see a variety of nesting birds with their young. They are located on an island in a small lake making them easy...More
We enjoyed walking around the small lake and seeing all the birds on the island in the middle. A local told us to get there, just as the sun was setting, and watch all the birds fly in to roost for the night.
There are three or four species raising their chicks now and they are still in their breeding plumage. Easy place to get some awesome pictures! The Venice Audubon Society does a first class job of everything they do. Lots of bird outings!
Went to the rookery last evening. Nestlings, especially herons are near adult size. Ibis are more like babies. I can't say what it would be like by April.Nevertheless, I can say that the rookery will be a great place for... More
Went to the rookery last evening. Nestlings, especially herons are near adult size. Ibis are more like babies. I can't say what it would be like by April.Nevertheless, I can say that the rookery will be a great place for families to have a view of multiple birds roosting for the night.