Stop 211 – McDonald Creek Panel Introduction, 1.4 minutes.
A three-foot wide by two-foot tall angled panel, three-feet high, stands at the right side of a 10-foot wide concrete bridge over a small creek with four-foot tall metal railings on either side.
A full-color background photograph fills the panel, showing a tree-lined creek in the foreground with a number of horses grazing on its opposite banks under a clear blue sky in the fall. Fenced-off open fields stretch behind the creek to several white farm buildings and two tall grey silos in the background. A caption reads: “The Molitor family farm, 1976.”
Text at top left of the panel reads:
Many small streams like this one flow into the DuPage River
To listen to a description of the history of McDonald Creek and its role as a feeder stream for the West Branch of the DuPage River, press the pound key and wait for the voice prompt to enter 222.
To listen to a description of some of the native plants along the creek shoreline and how they help keep the stream healthy, press the pound key and wait for the voice prompt to enter 233.
To listen to a description of the surrounding environment at this location, press 244.
To listen to navigation instructions to the next stop, press the pound key and wait for the voice prompt to enter 255.
To listen to information about the funding for this project, press the pound key and wait for the voice prompt to enter 266.