Bird Watching

Taylor Mountain Regional Park

Taylor Mountain consists of five contiguous parcels and provides sweeping views of the Santa Rosa Plain, and its oak woodlands, meadows, wetlands and springs are habitat for a variety of wildlife. The site has 4 miles of dirt trails along two routes, one of which leads up the mountain, ...

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Take a Walk on the Wild Side This Thanksgiving

Just for a brief spell, flee the turkeys at your Thanksgiving table and seek some wilder birds this year. Explore a foot trail at a national wildlife refuge, thrill to some seasonal wildlife, and emerge looking less like a butterball yourself.

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Cormier Woods

Cormier Woods is a beautiful 175 acre farm scape that dates back to the mid 1700's. Enjoy exploring the reservation's varied habitats along three miles of easy-to-moderate trails that loop through the farmstead and surrounding forest and wetlands. This park is ideal for wildlife viewing and bird ...

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Destruction Brook Woods

Destruction Brook Woods is Dartmouth Natural Resource Trust's largest Reserve and offers a variety of scenic trails for walking, hiking, biking and equestrian use. Dogs are also welcome at the park. Enjoy a wide variety of topography and wildflowers along the parks four blazed trial ...

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Tate's Hell State Forest

This massive 202,000 acre state forest is located in Franklin County, between the Apalachicola and Ochlockonee Rivers. Tate's Hell State Forest offers a variety of recreation activities for the outdoor enthusiast. There are 35 miles of rivers, streams and creeks available for canoeing, boating and fishing. A concrete boat ...

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Covered Bridge Park

Amenities for this 13 acre park include: Open Space; Picnic Tables and Grills; "Red Bridge" - State Historic Marker; Off-road Parking, Fishing; Canoe access - Cedar Creek. Cedar Creek flows through this 12 acre park, and is one of the most convenient places to access this waterway. The park ...

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Succop Conservancy

Succop Conservancy, Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania's newest reserve, is a environmental and cultural education center for the community. The property, located in Butler, Butler County, contains two ponds, walking trails, gardens, and open natural spaces that can be used for a variety of outdoor activities. Both areas ...

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William Kain Park

Established in 1977, William H. Kain County Park consists of 1,637 acres and 2 lakes, Lake Williams (220 acres) and Lake Redman (290 acres). Amenities include: fishing, boating, pavilion rentals, picnicking, hunting, horseshoe pits, playground, volleyball, multi-use trails, a bird viewing deck and a radio controlled ...

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Mayfield Park and Preserve

These tranquil 22 acres contain a secluded network of trails that is a favorite of families and couples. Foot-bridges and stepping stones cross two small creeks and pass through a lakeside grove of moss-draped oaks. Colorful gardens, towering palm trees, brilliant peacocks, and delicate water lilies lift the ...

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