As a long-time resident of the Celery Farm, I'd like to thank Mike Limatola and his band of volunteers for keeping the place looking so spiffy, and for marking and roping off areas where some humans like to stray in hopes of finding a spot to chill or to get a better photo or a better view of me or one of my buds.
Why do people insist on wandering off the trails? Talk about your invasive species!
Wayward humans may be fine with the ticks, always looking for new hosts, but the Celery Farm is supposed to a natural area, where we nesting birds and other wildlife are supposed to catch a break.
The whole entire region used to be one big natural area, back in the day, and we had plenty of room to roam. Now only 107 acres of "natural area" remain.
Thanks, Mike and crew, for trying to keep thoughtless humans from tromping all over the little habitat we have left.
Your friend and mine,