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Sugar Bush Trail System - Green Trail


The trail winds its way through stands dominated by Sugar Maple, White Ash and American Beech, with components of Black Cherry, American Basswood and Eastern Hemlock and Alternate-leaved Dogwood.

Numerous birds can be spotted on the ground, and in the trees and forest canopy. Woodpeckers, Flickers and Nuthatches abound, you may even catch a glimpse of the Pileated Woodpecker! In spring, warblers and tanagers can be spotted amongst the branches in waves on migration.

This is a bird lovers paradise. Information provided by the Hullett Wildlife website.


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