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Watchable Wildlife

1463 Route 31, , 13030

Oneida Lake, a relatively shallow natural lake with an average depth of 22 feet, is the largest lake lying wholly within New York State. The pier at Chapman Park is excellent for viewing bald eagles, woodpeckers, blue birds, turkey, osprey, foxes, coyotes ...

Telephone315-687-3471

1700 Moscow Rd., , 13314

www.dec.ny.gov/lands/8225.html

This property totals over 9,400 acres in southeast Madison County and makes up the core area of the Brookfield Trail System, a highly acclaimed horse and snowmobile trail system. Watch for turkey, ruffed grouse and migratory songbirds.

Telephone607-674-4017
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Chittenango Falls State Park

5241 Gorge Rd., , 13035

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A picturesque 167 foot waterfall is the main attraction of Chittenango Falls State Park. Glacial sculpting over 400 million year-old bedrock is responsible for this scenic feature. An interesting variety of both plants and wildlife may be found along the ...

Telephone315-637-6111
Great Swamp Conservancy

8375 North Main St., , 13032

www.greatswampconservancy.org

The Great Swamp Conservancy (GSC) is the only nature center in Madison County that has approximately 7 miles of trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing through valuable bird habitat and has been given the distinction of Important Bird Area (IBA) b ...

Telephone315-697-2950
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Near Muller Hill Rd.,

www.dec.ny.gov/lands/8156.html

This 3,090-acre forest includes diverse terrains and habitats. In fact, the forest, along with neighboring Three Springs and Mariposa State Forests, is home to more than 100 species of birds, more than a dozen reptiles and amphibians and more than 50 mamm ...

Telephone607-674-4017
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Old Erie Canal State Historic Park

122 Canal St., ,

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The Old Erie Canal State Historic Park contains the longest and one of the only remaining portions of the original Erie Canal system begun in 1817.  The Erie Canal is known throughout the world as an engineering marvel and is one of the most defining ...

Telephone315-637-6111
Oneida Community Mansion House

170 Kenwood Ave, , , 13421

www.oneidacommunity.org

This National Historic Landmark is home to century-old trees and beautifully landscaped lawns and gardens. Watch for great blue heron, cedar waxwing, belted kingfisher, Baltimore oriole, chimney swift, great white egret, bobolinks, rose crested grosbeaks, ...

Telephone315-363-0745
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