Thinking of visiting DeKorte Park or nearby Disposal Road this weekend?
To see what’s being reported at DeKorte on eBird Hotspot Explorer, click here. (Hint: lots of ducks.)
To see what’s being reported along Disposal Road on eBird Hotspot Explorer, click here.
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, Disposal Road is closed to all vehicular traffic — including weekends.
A substantial construction project is under way along the road for the foreseeable future and ALL access to the construction area, whether vehicular or on foot, is prohibited.
The portions of Disposal Road outside of the construction area may be accessed by foot, but please be advised that construction vehicles and equipment move throughout the site and that if you choose to enter Disposal Road by foot, you are doing so at your own risk.
Please use Valley Brook Avenue to access DeKorte Park. You can access Disposal Road on foot by parking in DeKorte Park and taking the Transco Trail. Disposal Road is a private, unmaintained road that is closed to vehicular traffic.
We appreciate your cooperation.
Ron Shields writes:
I checked out the duckage at DeKorte Park earlier this week and was extremely impressed.
The Canvasbacks (19 in number) huddled close to shore allowing for some good photo opportunities despite the conditions. (Thanks, Ron!)
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