Fall Hike at Corea Heath Preserve

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Name: Fall Hike at Corea Heath Preserve
Date: October 5, 2019
Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 PM EDT
Event Description:
Join us for a lightly guided hike at the Corea Heath Preserve at 9:30am on October 5, 2019. Northern Corea Heath is a 600-acre property that links the National Wildlife Refuge to the south and Grand Marsh to the north. The wetlands and associated uplands here provide habitat for inland and coastal waterfowl and wading birds, migrating land birds, rare plants and unusual plant communities.
Corea Heath Preserve Directions: From the Sullivan side of the Hancock-Sullivan bridge drive 9.1 miles on coastal Route 1N. Turn right onto 195 South to Prospect Harbor and Corea. Stay on 195S (Pond Road) for 4.8 miles. At the junction with 186 in Prospect Harbor, turn left, drive 0.1 mile and turn right on 195 (Corea Road). Drive on 195 for 2 miles and look to the left for FBC’s sign and parking. The wooded trail forms a loop 1.25 miles from the trailhead. Scenic highlights are the overlooks of the bog and beaver dams, lodges and tranquil water flows. Bird watching in this preserve can be outstanding. Allow 45 minutes for hiking.
Date/Time Information:
October 5, 2019 9:30 am -11:30 am
Contact Information:
info@frenchmanbay.org (207) 422-2328
This event is free and open to the public--no reservation required!
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