Howland Island Wildlife Management Area - Canoe Loop
Howland Island Wildlife Management Area is a 3,600 acre island, with the Seneca River and Erie Canal as its boundaries. The purpose of the area is to manage wildlife, wildlife habitat and primarily waterfowl reproduction. Monies derived from hunting license fees and federal taxes on ammunition help achieve this goal. Visitors take advantage of this area, especially in the summer, with the hope of seeing its 220 species of birds, 108 of which breed locally. This is an especially nice place for photographing wildlife and wildlife habitat. Birds Likely Seen: Variety of ducks, geese, shorebirds, swans, herons, hawks, finches, variety of warblers, woodpeckers and thrushes.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Port Byron|
|Skill Level||Easy. Appropriate for small children and novices.|
|Season||Best Spring through Fall|
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