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Angle Fly Preserve
The Angle Fly Preserve is one of Westchester County's newest protected open-spaces. It covers 654 rolling acres of forest, wetland, and meadow as well as the Angle Fly Brook for which it is named—reputed to be the last brook-trout spawning stream in Westchester. Hosting an extensive wildlife population, it is particularly noteworthy for its turtle and bird life, particularly wood turtle, a species of conservation concern in Westchester and the Hudson Valley. Situated in the heart of Somers, it provides a link in a continuous 2,000-acre corridor running from Muscoot and Lasdon Parks to the south and Town-owned Reis Park to the north.
What We Found
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