Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge — Esker Brook Trail Topo Map

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Montezuma NWR covers about 8,000 acres, and is one of over 500 National Wildlife Refuges that are administered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior. Another refuge in New York is the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge. The purpose of the refuge system is to manage wildlife and wildlife habitat. Visitors take advantage of this area throughout the year. Many hope to see eagles and osprey in the marsh. In spring and fall they come to see the migration of birds. Montezuma is a major stop for migrating birds in the Atlantic Flyway. If you are looking for great sightings of warblers, the second week of May is the perfect time to hike this easy trail. Three parallel routes follow Esker Brook then end by circling Esker Brook Pond. Esker Brook Trail is closed between October and January. Birds Likely Seen: Hawks, finches, bluebirds, orioles, woodpeckers, variety of warblers, nuthatches, chickadees, titmice, and thrushes.
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Seneca Falls, New York

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