A Tranquil Wildlife Sanctuary
The quiet open waters, rolling meadows, wetland areas and upland forests provide habitat for over 130 species of birds that reside and migrate through the Preserve. A nesting pair of bald eagles and a great blue heron rookery attest to the success of habitat restoration efforts. Over a dozen kinds of mammals including deer, river otter, beaver and coyote may also be found on the Preserve, along with frogs, salamanders and garter snakes.
Most Common Mammals List
NOTE: This is by no means a complete list! These are the most COMMON mammals. There could be a dozen more species living at the Preserve.
View Jackson Bottom Mammal List Blog >
Insectivores, Opossums and Mole Family
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