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Fall in Fort Wayne

The Best Bird Watching Spots in Fort Wayne, Indiana

If you’re interested in bird-friendly habitats, then Fort Wayne, Indiana is the place to be. Designated in 2014 as a Bird Town Indiana by the Indiana Audubon Society, Fort Wayne has met criteria that make it especially bird-friendly. Where to Bird Watch in Fort Wayne, Indiana According to Jeff…

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Fort Wayne, Indiana Spring Bucket List

As we near the close of the seemingly never-ending Indiana winter, it’s time to start planning your spring getaway! Flowers and trees are beginning to spring back to life, so there is no better time to visit Fort Wayne, Indiana! NOTE: As COVID-19 precautions may change,it is always recommended to check online or call ahead to know what to expect before attending events or attractions. From mural trails and hiking spots to our favorite indoor spring exhibits, this guide has something for the entire family…

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The Perfect Activities for Every Weather Scenario in Fort Wayne

Rain, snow, sunshine can be experienced in Fort Wayne in one day or over the course of a week. The weather in Fort Wayne is not always all over the board, there are the extremes, but there are also those sweet summer nights where the cool breeze washes away the heat of the day. No matter the weather, there is something to do, explore, enjoy in Fort Wayne…

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Exploring Nature in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Want to take a nature hike or see some real wildlife in Fort Wayne, Indiana? While we don’t have regular appearances of wild bears or mountain lions, there is still plenty of nature that can be explored in the wilderness areas of Allen County…

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Enjoy Fort Wayne Area Parks this Fall (Part 3 of 3)

In the last part of our fall series on foliage at Fort Wayne area parks we present Eagle Marsh. The largest of the three parks in this series, Eagle Marsh encompasses 716-acres! In addition, more than 200 kinds o birds and animals have been seen and documented here. The symbolic bird for our nation…

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