Towards Pratt Cove, a fresh water tidal marsh and also the curving body of water that is predominate in the view, the land is wetland and swampy and there is a train track for a scenic railway. We can just see the antique train as it goes by with tourists in the summer months. The cove itself sees kayakers, canoers, and other small boaters. Duck hunters come during the season. The cove is rife with water birds and we see eagles notably in the winter and some are resident year round. There are even some birds in the photo, but I'm not sure you will be able to see them.
Around the cove is a protected wetland where wild rice and various other wetland plants grow. In times before Europeans came to the Americas, the Native Americans used to harvest the wild rice from their canoes.