Redbird Creek Trail was nice, mostly flat. The sign at the beginning of the trail says pine beetles destroyed a patch of trees, so they were cleaning that up and to watch out for sawn trees in the path. We noticed other trees down but I think those were damaged from hurricane Matthew. They have rerouted some of the trails around large trees that were downed. The trail is easy to follow. There were plenty of birds when we went. We also found animal tracks and crabs in the mud when we walked over the bridges. We did find ticks on us, so check your self and your dogs.
Nice trail once you get passed the first half mile. I'm not sure why but there has been a ton of clear cutting and all the debris and downed trees are still laying around. After you're clear of that area the trail becomes a trip back in time to a prehistoric era marsh going crazy with wild life. My two oldest kids and I had a blast. We saw hundreds of crabs, birds, lizards and even a baby fawn!
A nice local trail approx 3 miles with 2 primitive campsites off the trail. Beware of large mud puddles due to the way the trail is cut through the woods. This mainly occurs after large rain falls. There are several bridges that go over the marsh on this trail. There is usually a large collection of geocaches along this trail that frequently change and are updated. Overall, very nice trail for a leisurely hike through the woods.