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(photo courtesy of Beth Sullivan)

Contains endangered White Cedar Swamp habitat and loop trail that follows along high ledges above reservoir and continues into upland woods.

White Cedar Swamp

Town: Stonington
Year Preserved:
1992
Acres: 4.71
Lat.: 41°21’53.6″
Long.: 71°56’13.0″
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Trail head parking north side of Jerry Browne Road across from Perkins Wildlife Corridor. Western boundary of Aquarion Water Company property and reservoir. Trail continues into adjoining Deans Mill Wildlife Corridor

Small White Cedar Swamp, endangered habitat. Long corridor along ledges, above reservoir and into upland woods.

Deans Mill Wildlife Corridor

Town: Stonington
Year Preserved:
1993
Acres: 14
Lat.: 41°22’14.1″
Long.: 71°56’13.0″
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Signed access and trail from White Cedar Swamp entrance on Jerry Browne Road. Mature, mixed hardwood forest with some intermittent wetlands.

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