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Miller Creek Wildlife Area Trail


A large map is located at the entrance of this trail. A path to the right of the map leads through an open meadow of tall grass and wildflowers to an observation platform. This platform provides a fantastic view over the wetland abundant with plant and wildlife. Various side trails take you through wooded areas and along the edge of the wetland. Miller Creek walking trail, a 1 km loop, winds through a small corner of Miller Creek Wildlife Area, classified as a provincially significant wetland.

Several observation points, a series of display signs along the trail, and an excellent two-level viewing tower on a side trail, help you to observe and understand the marsh and its fascinating array of wildlife. Mammals in the area include Raccoon; Eastern Chipmunk; Beaver; Porcupine; Red Fox; White Tail Deer. Birds include the American Bittern; Belted Kingfisher; Black Tern; Blue-Winged Teal; Common Grackle; Great Blue Heron; Redwing Blackbird; Wood Duck; Canada Goose; Osprey; Coopers Hawk; Red-tailed Hawk; Virginia Rail; Sora Rail. 


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