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Brown Trail


The trail features both meadow, edge, and forest habitats holding a variety of plants and animals in each. A birdwatcher's paradise! Birds of the fields and meadows are prevelant here as Bobolink, plus Field and Song Sparrows are very visible.

In migration, a Blue-winged Warbler was also spotted in this area. You can easily make your walk a loop by using the branches of the White and/or Blue Trails which the Brown trail cuts through to experience more diversity of life on your journey.

It's totally up to you - you decide what you'd like to see and go for it! Near the trail's entrance view one of Hullett's tall grass prairie areas and take a look in the adjacent marsh area for ducks, herons, and kingfishers! This is also a fine area for butterfly watching during the spring and summer months. Information provided by the Hullett Wildlife website


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