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NATURAL TREASURES IN OHIO
Kitty Todd Nature Preserve
Why It's a Natural Treasure
The Nature Conservancy’s 1,000-acre Kitty Todd Preserve is a centerpiece of the Oak Openings Region, a 130-square-mile complex of oak savanna and wet prairie that developed on sand and clay deposited by glacial Lake Warren.
Kitty Todd Preserve is composed of low-lying wetlands and windblown sand dunes populated by prairie, oak savanna and woodland. The preserve is home to the globally endangered black oak savanna community and boasts one of the highest concentrations of rare species of any nature preserve in the state. Notable species include the lark sparrow, Karner blue butterfly and wild lupine.
What to See and Do
Lace up your hiking boots and embark on a one-mile journey along the Oak Savanna and Cactus Loop trails. Bring your binoculars and see how many different butterflies and birds you can count. Don’t forget to pack your lunch and picnic to the song of the eastern bluebird.
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