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Henry Morgenthau Preserve

Eastern New York: Nature Preserve




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Set along the shore of 100-acre Blue Heron Lake, the preserve includes a portion of the lake, a small island, wetlands, vernal ponds, a small stream and woodlands. A 35-year-old lakeshore conifer plantation is gradually giving way to neighboring hardwoods. A 200-year-old white oak can be found along the yellow trail. Numerous waterfowl, shorebirds and songbirds are present.Mount Holly Sanctuary Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park Albany Pine Bush Barberville Falls Preserve Lewis A. Swyer Preserve West Branch Nature Preserve Sam's Point Preserve Thompson Pond / Stissing Mountain Neversink River Preserve Schunemunk Mountain Preserve Nellie Hill Preserve Roger Perry Memorial Preserve Pawling Nature Preserve Great Swamp Preserve Otter Creek Preserve Arthur W. Butler Sanctuary Henry Morgenthau Preserve Mianus River Gorge Preserve Indian Brook Assemblage Long Pond Preserve Southern Lake Champlain Valley Eugene and Agnes Meyer Nature Preserve

This 34-acre preserve is located in Pound Ridge, New York

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Directions
  • I-684 to exit 4, east on Rt. 172 to Bedford Village.
  • Continue east on Rt. 172 approx. 2.4 miles.
  • Preserve is on right near intersection with Tatomuck Road.
  • Look for a small sign on the road and small parking area.
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