In High Demand

Profous, George
February 2007
New York State Conservationist;Feb2007, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p4
The article offers information on the Stewart State Forest in New Paltz, New York. The forest conjures up many different images for those individuals who have enjoyed its unique environment. Grassland-nesting birds, turtles and snakes that favor open fields, and salamanders that require small wetlands and temporary pools surrounded by a mix of woods and fields, all thrive in Stewart's unique landscape.


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