Savage Wildlife Preserve
Savage Wildlife Preserve is a 26 acre parcel with a 0.6 mile trail network that intertwines between diverse meadow and forest habitats. The trail comes to a viewshed of the Salmon Falls River and its estuarine wetlands. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for the numerous bird species that inhabit this ecologically important preserve.
Conserved in 2008. The property features a wide variety of habitats, including the impoundment area, a riparian forest zone, tidal inlets and marsh, a grass meadow, and two forested areas comprised of mixed hardwoods and softwoods.
Terrain: flat. EASY