West Terre Haute - You can now see nature in focus at Dewey Point in West Terre Haute.
On Tuesday afternoon, folks gathered to dedicate a new "spotting scope."
Visitors to the point will be able to use the scope to see eagles, other birds and wildlife. This is just the latest project to benefit from the annual "Emily's Walk."
That event honors the late Emily Herrington who was an advocate for the trails of West Terre Haute, Dewey Point and the Wabashiki.
"It's inspiring, it's fun, it's uplifting and I'm really grateful for the support from the community, the support from the media we've received, it's been outstanding," says Chris Herrington, son of Emily Herrington.
The next "Emily's Walk" will take place in late April.