This conservation zone is around 700 acres of public and private land near the Boise River, with access behind the Idaho Shakespeare Festival grounds. There are walking paths and some picnic areas. Mostly, it's natural terrain, and home to wintering bald eagles, all sorts of interesting birds, mule deer, and what's billed as one of the last intact stands of black cottonwood trees.
Do the eagles eat the deer?ReplyDelete
If they do, I hope I get to see it!ReplyDelete