Northwood Commons Observation Area Photos!

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Scooter is excited to show off his new home! The Northwood Commons Backlot in Clearwater/Safety Harbor Florida, is a preserved area located behind the Northwood Commons shopping center on North McMullen Booth road in Clearwater/Safety Harbor, Florida. It contains a natural stream, lush foliage and a variety of wildlife native to Florida. Some species seen would include a Yellow Throated Warbler, Red Shouldered hawk, Cardinals, Jays, Juncos and a variety of Hummingbirds. And, of course, our furry (and sometimes, not so furry!) friends also enjoy the comfort of the Northwood Commons backlot. This past year, prompted by a resurgence in the business growth in the Northwood Shopping center itself, WBU Clearwater/Safety Harbor, Florida decided to share this lovely bit of property with their customers and clients. Although left to its natural layout, the backlot was neatened up and an observation deck, with awning and comfortable bench seating, which spans nearly the entire length of the Northwood Commons center, was added. We invite all of our WBU fans to come and enjoy the beauty of Florida’s natural wildlife and all its wonderful related habitat at our Northwood Commons Backlot located on North Mcmullen Booth Rd. in Clearwater!

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Below are a few photos of the area as of 5.27.2014. Check back often for more pictures of Wild Birds Unlimited’s Northwood Commons Backlot area located on McMullen Booth Rd. in Clearwater/Safety Harbor.

backlot seating area

This seating provides a lovely spot to sit, relax, and reflect on all the beauty that Florida has to offer!

The trees canopy this delightful stream where many of the backlot residents enjoy its supply of cool, clean water!

The trees canopy this delightful stream where many of the backlot residents enjoy its supply of cool, clean water!

backlot stream with aps 2014

Birds enjoy the APS system with accessories in the Northwood Commons Backlot behind the WBU Clearwater/Safety Harbor store!

Birds enjoy the APS system with accessories in the Northwood Commons Backlot behind the WBU Clearwater/Safety Harbor store!

This yellow-throated warbler is only one of the brightly colored wild birds who frequent the backlot.

This yellow-throated warbler is only one of the brightly colored wild birds who frequent the backlot.

 

WBU Clearwater/Safety Harbor invites you to enjoy a visit to our backlot area but if you can’t make it, check back again to view more photos as we present the changing nature in Wild Birds Unlimited’s Northwood Commons Backlot preserve area on North McMullen Booth Road in Clearwater/Safety Harbor.

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