Whether the focus is the river valley, a flower, or a beautiful bride, this is the most photographed area in Weed Park. This garden has been specifically planted to attract bees, birds, and butterflies.
Migrating birds use the Mississippi flyway route because there are no mountains or ridges of hills that block their path and because there are good sources of water, food, and cover along the way. About 40% of all North American migrating waterfowl and shorebirds use this route. Butterflies, especially the Monarch, pass through here on their way to and from Mexico.
The Mississippi River is the largest river system in both the United States and all North America. At 2,320 miles long, the river originates at Lake Itasca, Minnesota and flows slowly southward to the Gulf of Mexico. Along with its major tributary, the Missouri River, it drains all or parts of 31 states from the Rocky Mountains to the Appalachian Mountains.
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