Adam Birding Conservancy
The Adam Birding Conservancy is a privately-held, 331 acre mix of prairie, wetlands and woods along the Bark River in Cold Spring, about three miles north of Whitewater, Wisconsin. Established in 2015, part of this e-Bird hotspot floods in the spring as the Bark River overflows its banks, creating an interesting habitat for migratory waterfowl. In addition to 202 different birds recorded on the site; pheasants, turkey, deer, coyote, otter, badgers, least weasels, zapus (jumping mice) and many other creatures call this land their home. The wet-mesic and upland prairie host a wide variety of plants, sedges and trees (164 species and counting, including too many nasty invasives.) The small woods contains a number of large white oak and hickory trees.
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