Join us as we tour the Wakodahatchee Wetlands (Wako for short). We will meet at Wako at 6am, the park opens at 6:30am, and sunrise is at 7am; just before the birds begin their morning search for food. Be sure to bring water, bug spray, a hat, sunglasses, and snacks if you like.
Suggested camera equipment: camera, tripod, lenses: long lenses are a plus since we'll be photographing birds.
The Wakodahatchee Wetlands are located near Delray Beach, on the east side of Jog Road, between Woolbright Road and Atlantic Avenue.
*From the Turnpike, take exit 81, Atlantic Ave., and head east to Jog Road (approx. 1.6 miles).
*From I-95, take exit 52, Atlantic Ave., and head west to Jog Road (approx 3.75 miles). Once on Jog road turn north; Wako park is on the right. (The site is on the southeast side of Palm Beach County Water Utility Department's Southern Region Operations Center at 13026 Jog Road, Delray Beach.)
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