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Over 2,800 acres encompass a variety of habitats and a diverse array of birds and mammals. Each season brings flurry of migrating and resident nesting birds. In spring, look for Blue-gray Gnatcatcher and Belted Kingfisher, summer features Broad-winged Hawk and the dazzling color of butterflies such as the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, Silver Spotted Skipper and Red-spotted Purple. Fall is raptor season and winter delights with resident woodpeckers. There are miles of hiking trails though most are unmarked. If you lose sight of a trail, be prepared to “bushwhack” as you will eventually meet up with another trail. Having a compass will come in handy. Or travel along a branch of the abandoned New York, Susquehanna and Western Railroad. Part of the Rails to Trails project, Beaver Lake Trail spans three miles from Beaver Lake Road to Ogdensburg just south of SR-23. To access this hike, parking is available in a marked lot on the north side of SR-23, one mile east of CR-517.
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