Save Otter Creek Park – The Friends of Otter Creek Park Blog


Send Us Your OCP Photos! by stateofthecommonwealth
December 12, 2008, 5:22 pm
Filed under: Media, Photography, Reader Contributions

(Bald Eagle at Otter Creek Park photographed by Jay Thomas.)

Save Otter Creek Park blog reader Jay Thomas sent us these two excellent photos, taken just two weeks ago, of wildlife at Otter Creek Park. The first, above, is a bald eagle! The second, below, is of some wild turkeys (kinda hard to spot, but a cool picture nonetheless). Thanks Jay!

You can see the rest of Jay and Sarah Thomas’s photostream — including more pictures of Otter Creek Park — here on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/83473041@N00.

And if you have pictures and memories of Otter Creek Park that you’d like to share with us, drop us a line at saveottercreekpark@gmail.com.

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I saw a bald eagle near OCP last weekend as well. Great shot!

Comment by Amos Wilkins

I live in Fairdale and I LOVE Otter Creek Park. The wife and I go there at least ten times a year. Our daughter was married there BEFORE they tore down the ranger cabins for rent next to the restaurant that they closed. I have taken ALL of my out of State friends there. Friends from Delaware, North Carolina and Florida just to mention a few. I have lots of photos, since photography is one of my hobbies. One thing missing is publicity! Otter Creek has NEVER been properly advertised. No brocures at campgrounds, no billboards along the interstate, at least none I have seen. PLEASE reopen Otter Creek Park.

Comment by Larry Coppala




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