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Rocks & shoals are essential nesting and feeding areas for wildlife. Rocks and shoals shelter and feed waterfowl, fish and other wildlife. Explore this site.
TILT's Signature Preserves reflect the extraordinary diversity of habitat, wildlife and beauty that make the Region so special. All TILT preserves are open to the public, and provide opportunities for outdoor recreation, education and inspiration.
The largest Class 1 wetlands complex in the 1000 Islands. A perfect place to paddle and see wildlife.
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The remains of a British fort, built and occupied during the American Revolution, sit on the head of Carleton Island in Cape Vincent.
Howard-Smith and Rusho Farm Preserves, the Heineman Family Songbird Forest and Potters Beach.
A beautiful mosaic of 1000 Islands habitats within walking distance of the Village of Alexandria Bay.
Woodlands and grasslands along McCarn Creek in Clayton.
Twenty five miles of multi use trail built on the old bed of the New York Central Railroad.
Offering many opportunities for the community to celebrate open space and connect with the agricultural heritage of the region.
A mix of forest and wetland habitat, Chippewa Bay Preserve is part of the wildlife corridor that links the Adirondacks in the south with Algonquin Park to the north.
A hiking and cross country skiing trail along the dramatic shoreline area known as the Palisades.
Rocks & shoals are essential nesting and feeding areas for wildlife.
Barnette Creek, flowing into the Lake of the Isles, and its adjacent wetlands are included in the Wellesley Island Preserve.