Tillman Road Wildlife Management Area

Clarence , New York 14031

Tillman Road Wildlife Management Area

Tillman Road Wildlife Management Area Professional Review and Guide

"Residents of Clarence keep mum about this sweet little preserve, concealed between housing developments and away from the bustle of Main Street to the north and the Thruway to the south. Even with the relative secrecy, however, all manner of waterfowl find their way here during spring and fall migration, pulling in after a long flight to rest and recharge on the nutrient-rich waters of the area’s eightyacre cattail marsh."

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"The Tillman Road WMA has 235 acres of wet lowlands containing a marsh, open water, deciduous swamp, grass fields and hardwood forest. The 80-acre cattail marsh attracts large numbers of waterfowl during the spring and fall migrations. They can be viewed from the boardwalk (which is handicapped accessible) at the Wehrle Road entrance. Canada geese, mallards and wood ducks are abundant, but great blue herons, bitterns, pied-billed grebes and rails may also be seen or heard. Birds Likely Seen:Woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, blackbirds, turkey vultures, meadowlarks, goldfinches, herons, bitterns, rails, grebes, ducks and geese."

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Oct 2018