The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation owns and operates this wildlife reserve that consists of 235 acres (95 ha) of low, swampy land at the southern edge of the town, a bit more than a mile (about 2km) southwest of Clarence Hollow. A variety of habitats—including cattail marsh, open water, and mature hardwood forest—are home to such local wildlife as beaver, raccoons, white-tailed deer, muskrats, turtles, and seven species of frog. Birdwatchers can expect to see Canada geese, herons, hawks, and ducks. Visitors can enjoy strolling along the boardwalk or the self-guided nature trail that takes in the southern portion of the reserve, or tackle two hiking trails further off the beaten path. Fishing is permitted in some areas.
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Tillman Road Wildlife Management Area
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