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Green Cay Wetlands---Who’s The Most Important Person There ?
Green Cay Wetlands in Boynton Beach FL is one of Palm Beach County’s true treasures and a gift to the community. On any morning you can find the boardwalk full of walkers and photographers, most of whom are regulars. We walk the 1.5 mile loop 2,3, and sometimes much more than that not just for the exercise but for the experience.
But there is someone very special at Green Cay who doesn’t go unnoticed... his name is Carlos Padilla. With 1.5 miles of boardwalk and various members of God’s wonderful creatures flying and walking around, without Carlos our daily walks would not be as enjoyable.
Carlos is there bright and early, often as early as 7am to make sure the boardwalks are safe for walkers. He hoses off the boardwalk and keeps the path free from limbs that want to extend their reach.
Early morning walkers greet Carlos as they begin their walks. Want to know where the nests are? Chances are you can ask him and he’ll point them out to you.
I was so busy on my hunt for alligator nests that were it not for Carlos I would have missed the Anhinga nests high in the tree on the little island off to the left.
We’re so lucky to be able to see wood storks, roseate spoonbills, and black-bellied whistling ducks flying overhead as well as raccoons, bobcats and otters. There are cypress trees, fireflag, pickerel weed and of course lots of palms.
Beginning in late March if you really look, you might see a common Moorhen nest tucked away in the reeds; look higher up... 3 to 5 feet and you could spot a red-winged blackbird nest. And of course, there are alligator nests.... look for a mound of dirt and grass not too far from the water.
Come out to Green Cay Wetlands and be sure to say “hello” to Carlos!
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