Our club has had several field trips to Cloverdale Farm County Park and we love it! At our most recent visit last October, we had a bird walk and then picked cranberries in one of the bogs! We were surprised that the cranberry bog was dry and we were able to walk right into it! Cranberries ripen around the middle of September; at the time of our October 11 field trip, there were plenty of berries left to pick and we found tiny carnivorous plants, called sundews! Some of our members live nearby and go on the monthly bird walks. They have seen Great-horned Owls and Red-headed Woodpeckers! The bird watching is fantastic! In May, during peak bird migration, well over one hundred species are seen! This gem of a park is only one mile west of the Garden State Parkway, and then one mile to the end of a dirt road, appropriately named Cloverdale Road. We can't wait to visit again! We are hoping to go on the park's full moon walk at the end of July!
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