Cedarburg Environmental Study Area in Cedarburg
38-acre preserve located in the Town of Cedarburg, owned and managed by Ozaukee Washington Land Trust. This preserve contains wetlands, ponds, open meadow, conifer forests and mixed hardwood forests. Home to unique insects, birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and an amazing array of ant hills. Plant species include red maple, red osier dogwood, white pine and jack-in-the pulpit.
Identified by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology eBird.org program as a birding hotspot. Bird species include the blue-winged teal, wood ducks, mallards, green herons and warbling vireo.
As the name suggests this preserve is dedicated to the natural world’s study and regularly hosts school groups and various other organization groups such as the Boy Scouts.
For Ozaukee Washington Land Trust website click here.
For a trail map, click here.
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Address555 Granville Rd.
53092, Cedarburg, WI, US