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Earth Day at Radnor Lake is Teeming with Life

by Rich and Laura Lynch

Radnor Lake is a popular destination is Nashville as it remains a pristine and natural oasis set apart from the hustle and bustle of our ever-growing city. Recent reports on the local news of a returning Eagle family nesting high above the water's edge resulted in an onslaught of onlookers armed with cameras and binoculars to see if they could get a glimpse of the once-endangered species on Earth Day, April 22, 2022. Not only did we see the raptors but the Radnor refuge was teeming with life as we also spotted blue herons, turkeys, turtles, woodpeckers and a variety of blooming wild flowers. See for yourself!


The proud parent eagle with eaglet in nest.


This large turtle was keeping busy at Radnor.


It was colors galore on Earth Day 2022 at Radnor Lake.


More wildlife sightings on our very special day trip on April 22.


The "photo of the day" - hey National Geographic - what do you think of this one?

Related Links: For more information on RADNOR LAKE and the other organizations mentioned please visit the following links - Radnor Lake State Park | Earth Day

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