We took Don Torino’s advice and visited Mill Creek Marsh on Thursday.
The twilight of early October made the marsh seem almost incandescent, right down tothe ancient cedar stumps. We were there until 6:30 and watched more than a dozen snowy egrets fly across the marsh at low tide.
The Meadowlands Commission restored the site and opened it to the public in 2002. It is a great place to watch birds, take a walk, or just chill.
Click “Continue reading…” immediately below for more images of the marsh at sunset.