the enclosed butterfly garden is quite interesting as is the center itself....large enclosed off-leash dog park on-site and a system of several short looped walking trails (< 1 mile total) which go through some scrub woods habitat around a couple of small ponds where you might see some shorebirds. The observation tower pictured in the brochures is closed. If you're looking to see wildlife, there are better opportunities elsewhere, this site will disappoint. If you're looking to see nesting burrowing owls (late Feb through March), just head on back up Pelican Blvd to the ballpark. The owls nest area is roped off on the lawn outside the ball field. When we visited, there was just one occupied nest burrow with 2 chicks. Also, the ball field light assemblies are the home of a colony of monk parakeets.
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