SITE DESCRIPTION Photos of Sora, Smiths Longspur, Sedge Wrens, and Dickcissels taken by Shari McCollough, Crawfordsville, Indiana The Burn is an 88-acre wetland in north central Montgomery County that is a part of the larger Lye Creek Prairie. I first discovered this site in April 2001 as I was on my way to check some corn fields I had marked Read more...
SITE DESCRIPTION Mulvey Pond is a wetland in Tippecanoe County located entirely on private property. The wetland occurs in the setting of a 58-acre farm that includes a pond, an adjacent woodland, and marshland located more to the west. There are nearby grassy fields with grazing cattle and farms to the north and south. The receding edges of the pond Read more...
SITE DESCRIPTION Photo credits of a Black and White Warbler, Swainson’s Thrush, and Nashville Warbler taken by Shari McCollough at Celery Bog. The West Lafayette Park and Recreation Department has a brochure called “A Place Apart” and it states: “A large tract of land bordered by Lindberg Road, U.S. 52 West and Purdue’s Kampen Golf Course, Celery Bog Nature Area Read more...
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