Pittsboro, NC -A short drive from Cary is the lovely town of Pittsboro, home to many artists, family farms, fabulous restaurants and personable shops. It’s also home to many tigers, lions and other wild big cats. Carolina Tiger Rescue houses over 25 large exotic cats that have been rescued from private owners. You can take a tour, and it’s just 20 minutes from Cary down Route 64. Read more
Part 7 in our Cary Parks Series.
Cary, NC — As one of Cary’s two open-space parks, Heater Park provides a more subdued experience than can be found at most of the Town’s other offerings. In fact, it is easy to mistake Heater Park as an undeveloped lot of land in a quiet, downtown neighborhood. The long tract of lush landscape consumes but a mere 1.5 acres, yet it has much to offer for town citizens. Read more
Story by Lindsey Chester. Photos by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – I moved to Cary thirteen years ago from a fairly urban area, 15 miles outside of Manhattan. We didn’t see many birds there beside the common robin, sparrow or occasional bluejay. I did a double take when I saw my first bright yellow gold finch in Cary. I simply had to know what this tropical looking bird was!
Story by Hal Goodtree. Photo by Permuted.
Cary, NC – Earlier this week, two users of Stone Creek Greenway in Cary reported that they were attacked by a fox. The separate instances caused Cary Animal Control to close Stone Creek Greenway for the time being. Read more
Story by Matt Young.
Cary, NC – Jordan Lake is beautiful. I fish there in my jon boat a few times a year.
I remember one time about ten years ago – my friend Mike and I were trolling in a cove. The water was flat. T-shirt weather. Read more