20,000 acre park featuring large tracts of decidious upland forest.

Ornithological Summary

This site supports between 30 and 44 pairs of Cerulean Warblers annually, and high populations of other area sensitive forest obligates.

Conservation Issues

Woody encroachment is a potential threat to Henslow's Sparrow habitat. Remaining threats unclear. Open pit mining is a potential threat to woodland species. Invasive plants are a potential threat in many areas of the property.


Extremely varied mixture of upland forests, non-forested wetland, and herbaceous openland.

Land Use

Primary land use is human recreation, with wildlife management a secondary use.

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