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Oswego County, New York

26 Acres | December 19, 2017
Robert Wells
Memorandum of Undestanding

This richly wooded property is mixed hardwood and pine with small hills, vernal pools and a wetland created by a nearby pond and stream on an adjacent property. Wells is surrounded by other wooded properties, but owners of those properties intend to have them logged and allow hunting and trapping. This sanctuary provides a much-needed safe haven for wildlife in the area.

WILDLIFE: Red foxes, weasels, coyotes, raccoons, white-tailed deer, gray squirrels, skunks, porcupines, and flying squirrels find refuge on Wells. Birds spotted on this property include pileated woodpecker, wild turkey, hawks, and numerous resident and migratory songbirds.

OTHER NOTES: In springtime, vernal pools provide breeding habitat for salamanders and frogs. Small and large carnivores depend upon the large, healthy populations of these small creatures for food.


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