Of all the local parks around my hometown, Wolfe’s Neck will always remain one of my favorites. Not only does it offer a gorgeous view of the coastline, but birds abound both in the forest and along the water.
My husband, mother, and I descended down the path from the parking area, making a bee-line for the rocks along the shore. The tide was low, and it was simple to jump from stone to stone, stopping for a moment to peer into the tidal pools. A small island stared back at us across a narrow aquatic expanse, topped with pine trees and a very vocal pair of Ospreys.
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