Goose Pond FWA adds displays to Visitor Center
Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area (FWA) has completed installation of additional displays at its Visitor Center. They include information about wetland habitats and migratory birds, as well as interactive features that highlight other wildlife that can be found at the property, such as furbearing mammals and macroinvertebrates. There’s also a display on how managers control water levels in wetlands.Goose Pond
Development and installation of the displays was made possible through a partnership with the Friends of Goose Pond, who donated mounted birds for the flyway exhibit. The flyway display includes a sandhill crane, American pelican, and snow goose. Additional partners who made the displays possible include Duke Energy and the Indiana Wildlife Federation.
Visitors to Goose Pond FWA’s Visitor Center can see the new displays Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. The center is located at 13540 W 400 S., Linton.
A 5-foot-wide trail with minimal slopes is under construction. Visitors can walk the mowed path around the building.
For additional information about Goose Pond FWA, visit on.IN.gov/goosepondfwa.