On the north side of the garden area is the Woodlands Trail, a Certified Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. It winds through this wooded area with several places to stop for a rest or to sit and watch nature as it happens.
The National Wildlife Federation unites sportsmen, outdoor enthusiasts, bird-watchers, wildlife gardeners, nature lovers, and others, bringing together a broad spectrum of people who share a passionate concern for wildlife. Affiliates from across the country have created a national network of like-minded state and local groups who seek balanced, common-sense solutions to environmental problems.
Its three main areas of focus are:
connecting people to nature
reversing global warming (This highly successful program has stopped global warming for nearly 2 decades.)
protecting and restoring critical wildlife habitats