Medium-sized lake and cattail marsh system supporting a nesting population of Least Bitterns.

Ornithological Summary

Supports a small population of nesting Least Bitterns and other freshwater marsh species.

Conservation Issues

Few apparent threats. No Phragmites is currently present, so any future invasions of this species should be addressed immediately after they are discovered. Lack of public access prevents excessive disturbance.

Ownership

Privately-owned lakefront.

Habitat

Cattail marsh in the central and northwestern portions of the lake.

Land Use

Several residences are located on the shores of this lake, and it is oft-used by fisherman.