North Tonawanda Audubon Nature Preserve

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North Tonawanda Audubon Nature Preserve

North Tonawanda Audubon Nature Preserve
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Daniel K
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May 2020 • Family
Wonderful wetland forest that is open to the public with hiking trails. Over 100 species of birds have been spotted here including Great Horned and Screech Owls. Best visited in autumn after mosquitoes are gone for the season and the wetlands have completely dried up for the year. In Spring, many frogs, and critters in wetland pools. Deer present, too. An oasis of nature in approximately 70 acres in the middle of suburbia.
Written July 25, 2020
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May R
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Jul 2019 • Friends
A great spot to walk or hike(bug spray a must as paths are on grass)paths on open fields, in the woods and along the salt Marsh.
Great store for all ages .
Written July 2, 2019
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Karen A
Lewiston, New York, United States17 contributions
Nov 2015 • Friends
We went on an Audubon Owl Prowl to search for screech owls. The forest is pretty dense with trees and shrubs. There are hiking trails through it. Itcan be pretty wet and muddy at times, so you may want to wear waterproof shoes or boots. It also can be quite mosquito filled, so wear bug spray.
There are also deer in this woods.
Written September 24, 2016
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Marcia B
North Tonawanda, NY601 contributions
Oct 2014 • Friends
This is the third, and finally successful, attempt to visit the North Tonawanda/Klydel Wetlands site located at the end of Raymond Street. The first time I went to check out an owl prowl that was scheduled but the snow was still too deep for some in my party. The second time we were driven out by a horde of mosquitoes (forgot our spray and protective gear). This time, however, the autumn weather was perfect for a late afternoon hike. This is a dawn to dusk site with no amenities.

We entered at Raymond Street where there is parking for about 3 cars. I understand there are other access points. We walked past the sign, into the preserve, across a tiny wooden bridge, and onto the trail. We enjoyed a leisurely hike through a small part of the preserve sighting several white-tail deer and squirrels. As it was starting to get dark, we headed back determined to return soon - a little earlier in the day.

I know they have owl prowls here but understand that there are also nature walks, educational programs, and geocaching. It seems to be a good area for birding. There are about 70 acres of woods/wetlands here with 36 acres available to the public. The trails appeared to be maintained
Written October 29, 2014
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