You can see the falls from the bridge in the center of Gooderham. For a closer look, take the first cross street on either side of the bridge and drive to the crest. You will need to scramble down the west side bank to reach the base. Not an imposing falls but worth the time if you are in the area.
Warning:It can be dangerous to view and photograph waterfalls. The footing can be wet and slippery, and an accidental fall can result in serious injury or death. Note also that many sections of waterfalls are on private property. Please respect these rights.
The members of the Paridae family generally rate highly on the cuteness scale, being generally tame around people, even to the point of accepting seed from an outstretched hand.
The Bridled Titmouse, Baeolophus wollweberi, seems to be of especially attractive character with its crest and engaging manner. It is found in the Oak-Juniper forests of the southwestern U.S. and Mexico.