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Oso Wetlands debuts new interactive walking trail

When walking the trail residents are be able to stop at the numbered checkpoints to read a new page of the story.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Oso Bay Wetlands preserve debuted their new story walk trail which encourages children to go outside and experience nature in an educational new way.

When walking the trail residents are be able to stop at the numbered checkpoints to read a new page of the story. 

As individuals make their way through you can also check out the colorful planter boxes that are placed around the park.

Preserve Manager Sara Jose, said the boxes are just one of the ways children can bring the fun home with them.

"You get this chance to practice literacy, counting, and learn about some of the plants and flowers you can put in at home," Jose said.  

According to Jose the stories will be switched out regularly. If you want to stop by, the trail is open daily from dawn to dusk.