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Visitors to our wetlands preserve and education center have had wonderful experiences that they want to share. We love hearing these stories, and we thought that you might enjoy them too.
Seneca Meadows Wetland Preserve is an Important Bird Area
Some of the most abundant bird species that rely on Seneca Meadows are Common Merganser, American Black Duck, Mallard, Wood Duck, Great Blue Heron, Snow Geese, Northern Shoveler, Blue-winged Teal, Marsh Wren, Bobolink, Savannah Sparrow, Short-eared Owl (winter), Rough-legged Hawk (winter), Common Moorhen, Wilson’s Snipe and Northern Harrier just to name a few.
Go to https://ny.audubon.org/conservation/seneca-meadows-wetland-preserve-important-bird-area
Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve features 576 acres of wetlands, including 419 acres of newly created wetlands. The SMW Preserve has over seven miles of hiking trails that travel through forested land, lush prairies and along serene ponds. The trails are easy and can be enjoyed by all members of your family.
Go to https://www.cnyhiking.com/SenecaMeadowsWetlandsPreserve.htm
Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve is a 7.9 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Seneca Falls, New York that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Go to https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/new-york/seneca-meadows-wetlands-preserve?u=m
Gothic Eves Bed and Breakfast
October 1, 2013
Seneca Meadows – it sounds romantic, right? Well you may be surprised to learn that Seneca
Meadows is actually a major waste management and recycling facility located just northeast of
Waterloo, NY. But what makes Seneca Meadows so unique (and such a draw for both locals and
visitors) is the more than 1100 acres of Wetland Preserve that Seneca Meadows created and
March 15, 2013
Seneca Meadows Wetland Preserve is a great example of habitat creation. Once known as the Dove Farm, the Preserve is now host to Least Bittern, Grasshopper Sparrows, AM. Bittern, Savannah Sparrows, Bobolink. This past year Dickcissels made an apperance on the Preserve. With over 7 miles of walking trails and 2 neat observation platforms it will keep you coming back.