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Medina New York Hikes

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Five easy walks scattered through this protected wetland introduce the habitat and its wildlife. Special Attractions: bird watching, nesting eagles; marsh, wet meadows, and wooded swamps; spring, summer and fall wildflowers. Onondage Nature Trail is off-limits to hiking during shotgun deer season, and hikers may want to avoid Feeder Road during its 2 months of hunting. Contact the national Wildlife Refuge (NWR) for dates.
Hiking New York

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Hiking New York

by Rhonda & George Osterag (Falcon Publishing)

Five easy walks scattered through this protected wetland introduce the habitat and its wildlife. Special Attractions: bird watching, nesting eagles; marsh, wet meadows, and wooded swamps; spring, summer and fall wildflowers. Onondage Nature Trail is off-limits to hiking during shotgun deer season, and hikers may want to avoid Feeder Road during its 2 months of hunting. Contact the national Wildlife Refuge (NWR) for dates.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Medina
Length: 9
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy
Season: year-round, dawn to dusk. NWR Headquarters: 8am-4pm weekdays; open weekends during Spring migration.
Trailhead Elevation: 600 feet
Top Elevation: 600 feet
Local Contacts: Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Local Maps: Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge Trails and Overlooks brochure; Oak Orchard/Tonawanda Wildlife Management Areas brochure.
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7/21/2009

The map is wrong. It names the Feeder Road as Judge Road and what they have marked as the Feeder Road is a ditch. Some of the trails indicated are not trails at all. They are dikes around the marshes some of which are closed to walking to protect nesting areas. People should visit the refuge's official website to accurate information http://www.fws.gov/northeast/iroquois

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