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Blue Bird was designed for the physically challenged individual. Hard surface terrain takes the visitor to views of the beautiful Taskinas Creek.

Blue Bird Trail is a hard-surfaced handicapped trail. This trail was appropriately named. Be sure to look for the tiny red-chested Eastern Bluebirds which may be found perched upon their park-provided houses. Bluebirds are a species that have finally reestablished themselves after mans' use of agricultural toxins and deforestation. They are mostly year-round residents wherever sufficient winter food and water is available. These wonderful insect eaters give a showy wing-waving display when they fly. Their song is not a crisp as other thrushes and tends to have a rather nasal sound.

Directions: From Williamsburg, VA, From Williamsburg, take I-64 north to Croaker Exit 231B. Go north on Rt. 607 for 1 mile. Turn right onto Rt. 606. The park entrance is on the left about 1.5 miles. Take the main park road straight to dead end at the visitor center. Trailhead is directly left of visitor center.

Elevation: 60 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Distance: 0.2 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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