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Lost Valley State Forest

  • 15 Jun 2019
  • 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Fultonville

Saturday, June 15, LOST VALLEY STATE FOREST (Montgomery County; morning)

Coordinator: David Harrison 908- 892-5495 david.harrison57@earthlink.net

Lost Valley State Forest, Schoharie Creek Preserve and Butler Rd. in Montgomery County are close together and offer three different habitat types. Lost Valley SF (1000 ft. elev.) in the next year or two should have good Mourning Warbler habitat since it was partially logged about two years ago. Schoharie Creek Preserve has a 1.3 mile loop trail, starting and ending at the preserve parking lot, which passes by a series of waterfalls along Wilsey Creek. The terrain and habitat along Butler Road looks good for Worm-eating Warbler and Acadian Flycatcher, although neither have been detected yet.

Meet at 7:00 a.m. at the NYS Thruway Exit 27 Park ‘N’ Ride on Rt. 30 in Amsterdam.

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