The trail to the bog is only .3 miles. Watch for Boreal Birds along the trail. Listen for American Three-toed or Black-backed Woodpeckers. Wood Warblers inhabit the hardwoods by the parking are and along the trail. On the boardwalk at the end of the trail, look for Gray Jays, Olive-sided and Yellow-bellied Flycatchers, Nashville Warbler, Northern Parula and Palm Warbler, and Lincoln's, Swamp, and White-throated Sparrows. There are Great Blue Herons beyond the tall pines to the north. Tree Swallows and Eastern Bluebirds occupy old woodpecker holes along the brook.
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