The Buzzard Swamp trail system is 11.2 miles, with several loop and connector trails. This hike follows the southern loop, which encircles the largest ponds and meadows; if you’d like to extend your hike, you can easily follow the trails that lie to the north. Buzzard Swamp is home to fifteen ponds that have been built to provide habitats for wildlife, making this one of the best wildlife-viewing trails in the ANF. Numerous species of waterfowl, wading birds, insects, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles call Buzzard Swamp home. The extensive fields and meadows are filled with wildflowers. Highlights: Wildlife viewing, views, ponds, spruce and pine forests, large open meadows and fields.
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