Wildlife Watching

D&R Greenway Land Trust's Scott & Hella McVay Poetry Trail

1 mile, easy. The trail begins at an allée of century-old hybrid sycamore trees, moves up the hill past newly planted American chestnuts and loops a meandering mile down through a meadow. Forty-eight poems feature the work of poets from fourteen countries and cultures. The common thread is the ...

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D&R Greenway Land Trust's Charles Evans Children's Discovery Trail

The Charles Evans Children's Discovery Trail is designed to engage the young (and young-at-heart) in the wonders of nature.  Along the trail, interactive signs guide explorers through different habitats.  The trail begins in a meadow and then continues on into a forest through a swamp, where boardwalks keep visitors ...

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D&R Greenway Land Trust's Pryde's Point Trail

1.1 miles, easy. From the parking area off Gulick Road, walkers climb a pretty dirt lane across open fields with good views. The lane turns sharp right, and the trail leaves the lane and follows a mowed corridor down across a meadow. It enters the woods for a loop ...

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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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Keay Nature Learning Center

Keay Nature Learning Center offers its visitors accessible nature trails, and a beautiful waterfall. Keay Nature Learning Center is located in Wilmette, IL and other surrounding local ...

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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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