WNJ Video: "Kayaking Trenton Marsh" continues N.J. nature video series
by Dana Patterson
Wild New Jersey Productions today airs episode 3 of its original video series with "Kayaking Trenton Hamilton Marsh". This video joins the New Jersey Sierra Club and nature author David Wheeler on a kayaking tour through our highly developed Capitol Region, encountering beavers and bald eagles in the shadows of the New Jersey Turnpike and thousands of drivers overhead.
Produced by Wheeler and videographer Krysti Sabins, the video also features experts from the Sierra Club and renowned botanist Dr. Mary Leck, who has been studying the plant diversity of the Trenton Hamilton Marsh since 1975. More information about the Friends of the Marsh - and the public kayaking and canoeing events they offer - can be found at www.Marsh-Friends.org.
The series will continue with a new video every Thursday at noon, and lasting throughout the summer. The videos focus on a wide range of ecological issues and destinations in the Garden State, running in bite-sized portions from 2 to 5 minutes long.
Stay tuned to WildNewJersey.tv next Thursday, July 28 at 12 noon (Eastern Standard Time) for the fourth video - an adventurous hike along one of New Jersey's top waterfalls, Buttermilk Falls in the state's rugged northwest!
For the previous episodes in the Wild New Jersey nature video series, as well as other recent videos, click on the following links: