With so many amazing species of plants and animals at the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve, photo ops are plentiful. We hope you enjoy our weekly finds, and we invite you to come out and capture your own!
A Note from Wildlife Biologist, Michael McGraw: "It's exciting to see the success of this wetland creation project. Just today [August 2011] we confirmed at least four successful least bittern (a state-endangered species) nests in the South Basin! The diverse native vegetation and wetland types offer habitat to a great variety of mammals, amphibians, birds and reptiles, and we expect to see more new species as the site matures."