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A nice walk on a sunny morning, spotting birds — mostly swallows — and trying to identify plants: surely anyone would enjoy that? Oddly enough, we seemed to be the only people on the trail. Never mind, we had a good time and can wholeheartedly...More
I'm not from the local area, and I don't know the "politics" that resulted in this place being developed, but developed it was. It appears that the Preserve was a "trade off" for a nearby landfill. The resulting wetland is terrific!
We were here on...More
I like to walk the trails here and find it a peaceful place. I've seen deer and many different birds while walking here. Be advised that if you walk the entire main loop you will likely come to places where the trail is covered with...More
No doubt this is an attempt to off-set the nuisance of the landfill, and I suspect to most who oppose the landfill, the offset is minimal.
Considering the topography of the area, I still think the Wetlands Preserve is a positive. This region is "Lake...More
I believe this was a PR effort by the huge landfill which is within sight, the landfill donated some land they apparently cannot cover with a garbage mound for some reason. A decent spot for birdwatching
The trails in this very nicely done preserve are very easy to stroll and very tranquil. There are plenty of birds to see and the landscape is very soothing. Everyone in my family enjoyed it a great deal. There is also a wide variety of...More
I live nearby and walk the wetlands often. The flora has been returned to its original state. Many invasive species have been eradicated and original ones re-introduced. I never knew that there are three kinds of cattails, only one of which is native and is...More
Seneca Meadows Wetland Preserve is a great example of habitat creation. Once known as the Dove Farm, the Preserve is now host to Least Bittern, Grasshopper Sparrows, AM. Bittern, Savannah Sparrows, Bobolink. This past year Dickcissels made an apperance on the Preserve. With over 7...More