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Barrens to Bald Eagle Wildlife Corridor

236 Harness Downs Road, Port Matilda, PA, USA

The Barrens to Bald Eagle Wildlife Corridor was conserved by ClearWater Conservancy in 2010 to create safe passage for wildlife species between Bald Eagle Mountain and the Scotia Barrens.

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The Barrens to Bald Eagle Wildlife Corridor was conserved by ClearWater Conservancy in 2010 to create safe passage for wildlife species between Bald Eagle Mountain and the Scotia Barrens. Vernal pools allow for breeding amphibians. ClearWater owns and manages 39-acres of the corridor and has restored what was once a farm field into a habitat hot spot. Young forest supports the Golden-winged warbler, American woodcock and Ruffed grouse. A wildflower meadow provides pollinator habitat for bees, moths, insects and birds while controlling invasive species. Hike along the rolling grassy trails and look for the many signs of life here. 



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236 Harness Downs Road, Port Matilda, PA, USA

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