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Wilderness Preserve

0 Comments · Friday, November 12, 2010
This wonderful trail is part of The Nature Conservancy’s Edge of Appalachia Nature Preserve System and is a National Natural Landmark. The area offers a variety of habitats as well as a fantastic all alonley hike. Throughout the hike are beautiful dolomite cliffs, waterfalls, and a diversity of wildlife. Be aware of the multiple cliff edges—stay on the trail and pay attention.  

John Kleber Wildlife Area Hike

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 3, 2010
The list of wildlife species found at John A. Kleber Wildlife Management Area is extensive and elaborate. Neotropical migrants, quail, deer, wild turkeys, rabbits, groundhogs, and raccoons, as well as an array of hawks, call the steep hillsides and narrow, flat ridgelines home. Although this hike is only 1.8 miles long, it’s not lacking in wildlife diversity.  

Dinsmore Homestead Hike

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Dinsmore Homestead is also home to Dinsmore Woods State Nature Preserve, which is owned by The Nature Conservancy. Plan extra time to explore the homestead, cabin, garden, outbuildings, and cemetery.  

Mullins Wildlife Area Hike

0 Comments · Thursday, October 21, 2010
At Mullins Wildlife Management Area, you can wander about in the woods and enjoy the tranquility of nature. The trail leads into the woods near a stream and along a ridge, where you’ll find a bevy of shagbark hickory trees. Plus, this is a great location for bird-watching.  

Beaver Creek Wildlife Area Hike

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Beaver Creek Wildlife Area is home to the unique Siebenthaler Fen. The wetland complex serves as a resting spot for migrating waterfowl and neotropical migrants. The boardwalk allows visitors a chance to explore the wetlands without getting soaked.  

Blue Licks Battlefield Park

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Whether you're a history or nature nut (or both), Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park offers excellent hiking trails that lead you through different habitats, and also takes you back in time to when battles raged over territory, salt, and freedom.  

Whitewater Gorge/Cardinal Greenway Hike

0 Comments · Thursday, September 30, 2010
The Cardinal Greenway is a pleasant hike through the Whitewater Gorge area and cityscape of Richmond, Indiana. A side trail that leads through Springwood Lake Park takes you to Thistlethwaite Falls, well known for Ordovician fossils.  

Hueston Woods Hike

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Hueston Woods State Park has camping, a rustic lodge, nature center, wildlife rehabilitation center, archery range, and marina. The grounds also include the Hueston Woods State Nature Preserve, which is home to an old-growth, nearly virgin, forest.  

Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary Hike

1 Comments · Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Nestled in the scenic rural landscape is the Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary, which offers more than 700 acres of forest, meadow, prairie, and pond habitats to explore, plus a spectacular variety of songbirds, birds of prey, and waterfowl to spy upon.  

General Butler Park Hike

0 Comments · Friday, September 10, 2010
General Butler State Resort Park offers more than 8 miles of trails through upland forests and a retired ski resort that provides excellent valley views. The Two Rivers restaurant is an excellent place to grab a bite to eat.