The Yellow trail is 0.4 km and it takes about 10-15 minutes to walk. The level of difficulty is 2. This trail is a little extension of the Green trail and makes for a nice loop through the sugar bush, which in total makes it about a 30-40 minute trek. The trail cuts through the maple and ash hardwood-dominated forest of the Sugar Bush.
Bird lovers will enjoy the numerous woodland birds of all seasons. Winter brings Woodpeckers, Nuthatches, Creepers, and Chickadees, while the summer birds include the Red-eyed Vireo, Eastern Wood-Pewee, plus Black and Yellow-billed Cuckoos.
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Please refer to the excellent Hullett Marsh Trail map for accurate trails and walking locations. MAP
In spring, the forest floor abounds with spring ephemeral wildflowers like trilliums, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, marsh marigold, skunk cabbage, and others and the trees are active with migrating warblers and vireos. This is a prime area for observing White-tailed deer as well. Information provided by the Hullett Wildlife website.
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