Harbert Road Nature Preserve
Located on Harbert Road between Three Oaks and Flynn Roads, this 90-acre preserve area is diverse, providing habitats for bird study, wildlife ecology, flower and tree identification or just enjoy a walk, bike ride, or cross-country ski in the woods. Park in the parking area and then follow the signs to the shelter. Trails lead from there into the five distinct natural communities in various successions of growth. Two ponds and wetland attract wood ducks, mallards, and blue and green herons. The Preserve is open sunrise to sunset. No hunting and no motorized vehicles allowed.
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