Trinkle Marsh at Easton Farms Preserve

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Washtenaw County Natural Areas Preservation Program (NAPP) 
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Explore this 150-acre preserve to experience a diversity of high-quality habitats.   A large wetland complex known as the Trinkle Marsh is a premier spot for watching waterfowl.  Every spring and fall, dozens of species of birds, including ducks, shorebirds, herons, cranes, and more, stop on their migration journey.  Additionally, many other species use the preserve as their summer home for nesting and raising young birds.  Two convenient boardwalks and overlooks take you to the water’s edge getting you close to wildlife. 

 

Other features of the preserve include a scenic woodlot adjacent to the marsh.  Another wetland complex is situated in the northern portion of the preserve.  Portions of the property remain as active farmland, as it has been for well over 100 years.  

Directions:  From westbound I-94- Exit #167 Baker road, southbound. Turn right onto Jackson Raod and then right onto Dancer Road (North). 

From eastbound I-94- Exit # 162 Fletcher Rd., turn left onto S. Fletcher and then right onto Jackson Road.  Turn left onton Dancer Road (North).  Preserve is located on the east side of the road, north of I-94 Hashley Road.  

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Trinkle Marsh at Easton Farm Preserve

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Contact Information:

parks@ewashtenaw.org

P.O. Box 8645
Ann Arbor, MI 48107
734.971.6337

NAPP Information

 

 
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