Wilson Trail Split - Stream

Sounds of Sapsucker Woods

Wilson Trail Split - Stream

Lansing, New York 14850, United States

Created By: Cornell Lab of Ornithology


The Wilson Trail splits briefly, offering two options: one path crosses a short bridge over a small stream, fed by the pond's outflow, then meanders through a thicket-like young forest. The other path follows the edge of the pond for a short distance, offering views of the beaver lodge and beaver-dammed outflow grate, before reconnecting in the young forest habitat.

Whichever route you choose, listen for the many songbirds who are drawn to this small stream, and the sunny gaps in the forest canopy that surround it.

Just Passing Through (Spring & Fall Migration)

American Redstart © Luciana Andrade / Macaulay Library

Breeding Season (Spring & Summer)

Eastern Phoebe © Glen Chapman / Macaulay Library

House Wren © Byrl J. Kellogg / Macaulay Library

Veery © Roselvy Juárez / Macaulay Library

Permanent Residents (All Year)

Black-capped Chickadee © Jay McGowan / Macaulay Library

This point of interest is part of the tour: Sounds of Sapsucker Woods


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