Why You Should Visit
Selden Creek Preserve has a scenic trail through a towering mixed forest, leading to a scenic overlook that provides opportunities to glimpse the variety of birdlife on Selden Creek.
Why TNC Selected This Site
One of the most biologically significant sites on the lower Connecticut River, this preserve takes the name of the creek that divides it from the 600-acre Selden Island State Park. Selden Creek Preserve fronts one of the most important tidal wetlands of the lower Connecticut River and provides a buffer area for roosting bald eagles.
What TNC Has Done/Is Doing
Selden Creek is a key site in the chapter's Tidelands of the Connecticut River program, which focuses on the region's tidal marshes.