As you can see from the slideshow, walkways and waterways abound throughout Norfolk Botanical Garden.
A couple elevated overlooks afford a birds-eye view of the surroundings.
We saw the memorial created in remembrance of the female eagle who made her home in the garden for nine years. In 2011, she was struck by an airplane from the neighboring airport, Norfolk International. Her young eaglets were taken to a wildlife rehabilitation area in the state. The male still resides at the garden, but the government has required the nest to be removed.
After lunch, we took the boat tour. I’ll share that with you tomorrow.