Bird Watching

D&R Greenway Land Trust's Dry Run Creek Trail

  Trail Information: 1.2 miles, easy. The Dry Run Creek Trail descends through woods into the steep-sided valley of the Dry Run Creek, a tributary of Moore’s Creek. It then gradually climbs north, skirting the ledge-bound creek, and passing over three rustic bridges and an old dam. The trail climbs ...

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D&R Greenway Land Trust's St. Michaels Farm Preserve

7 miles of trails. The central spine of the trail network runs from the parking area on Hopewell-Princeton Road (Carter Road) to the Charles Evans Overlook near Aunt Molly Road.  The St. Michaels Farm Preserve is a pioneering example of how to accommodate farming and public recreation in the ...

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D&R Greenway Land Trust's Sourlands Ecosystem Preserve

7 miles of trail, easy.  The property is part of the larger Sourland Mountain Ecosystem of 90 square miles and 20,000 forested acres.  There are about seven miles of trails in the preserve, including the Northern Stony Brook (2.5 miles), Picnic Rock (1.7 miles), Double Crossing (1.1 miles), Featherbed ...

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D&R Greenway Land Trust's Cedar Ridge Preserve

2.03 miles, Easy.  This property consists of a combination of open fields and woodlands at the edge of the Sourland Mountains. The trail runs parallel to the Stony Brook and begins in a native meadow, defined by hedgerows.  In the spring, vernal pools support tadpoles.  The trail continues into ...

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Chapel Brook

Located in Ashfield, MA is Chapel Brook. Chapel Brook features Pony Mountain, hiking, swimming, fishing, biking, wildlife watching, and much more. Not only does it have activities it is known for its picture worthy beautiful landscape. Enjoy Chapel Brook April 1 through December 1, daily, sunrise to sunset. Allow ...

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Emily Mic...
How do I go about adding a park near me?
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Hi Emily,


Thank you for reaching out to us! If your're looking to add a park near you please reach out to partners@americanparknetwork.com directly. They'll be happy to help. 

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Telsha

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Black Run Preserve

Black Run Preserve is a 1300-acre natural gem located in Evesham, New Jersey. Recreation opportunities include hiking, trail running, mountain biking, birdwatching, nature photography, and Geo-caching, and nature ...

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Out of these parks: Zion, Bryce, Arches and Canyonlands - which are recommended for traveling with our dog?
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Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Zion National Park, Ancient Cultures, Archaeology, Bird Watching, Geology, Flora & Fauna, Wildflowers, Hiking, Photography, Picnicking
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Hi,

Thank you for reaching out to us! To answer your question, none of the parks you listed (Zion, Bryce, Arches, and Canyonlands) are recommend for traveling with dogs. If they are brought on park grounds however, they always need to be on a lease (6 feet in length) and can be out on park camping grounds, paved roads, picnic areas.

 

Enjoy your adventure!

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Telsha

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Bourlay Historic Nature Park

Bourlay Historic Nature Park is a 88-acre park donated by Arthur "Buddy" Bourlay III in 1999. Featuring Hiking, Exercise Stations, Off-road bicycling, Birdwatching, Picnicking, and Kayaking, Bourlay Historic Nature Park remains a important part of Leesburg's History. Visitors can find themselves visiting the "shot-gun" style Cracker House or birding ...

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bettydon
How can I find the Rangers schedule for Monday, June 22nd, of activities/tours they provide?
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Hi, 

If you are interested in finding the Rangers schedule for Monday's and the activities/tours they provide please visit: http://www.nps.gov/grca/index.htm. That is the official Grand Canyon National Park website and they will have the informaiton you're looking for.

Have a wonderful day!

 

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Telsha Anderson

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