Edwin B Forsythe Wildlife Refuge

Recently, I’ve been trying to find day hikes that are close by and something new. Sometimes it works in our favor and sometimes we just end up on a kind of boring hike. The Edwin B Forsythe wildlife refuge has some really pretty views and would probably be great if you’re into bird watching but we just weren’t really feeling this one. This hike was more of a walk as the refuge is really flat and there were big stretches on roads that cars could drive on. If you’re headed to or from Atlantic City and want a little wildlife in your life I’d recommend swinging by here, otherwise this one’s not all that great. We swung by AC on the way home for lunch and walked on the beach. I love the shore in winter so the day wasn’t a total bust. Here are some pics of our fairly boring walk.

a map of the hiking trails
the trail map

a map of the songbird trail
we went with the longest trail, the songbird
an open sandy road
road to nowhere

We accidentally restarted the trail and found ourselves on this road for the second time. It felt like it was never going to end.

a trail with too many blue blazes
wait, which way are we supposed to go?

It seems someone got a little carried away with the blue paint on this trail. Some of the blazes were huge and excessive.

a sunny trail

another shot of the trail

a trail covered in pines a sandy trail a sign marking a point of interest

a man looking at birds through binoculars
bird nerdin’

a view of the water at the wildlife refuge

a view of the atlantic city skyline from a distance
meet me tonight in atlantic city
the sun setting on atlantic city
sun setting on ac
boots at the edge of the ocean
the atlantic



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