Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Preserve

Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Preserve (formally the Sucker Brook Preserve)

This preserve includes a 32 acre holding along a section of Sucker Brook beginning at the south end of Horseshoe Pond and extending south to the shores of Moose Pond. This portion of the property is dominated by a rich riparian environment that includes cardinal flowers and a viewing platform that looks out towards Moose Pond. Parking at Horseshoe Pond is available and a nature trail is maintained along the stream that provides access to a landscape rich in mammal sign and bird activity.

In addition, there is a 69 acre tract of land to the west of Horseshoe Pond Road that lies adjacent to the White Mountain National Forest and provides access to the trail system leading to Lord’s Hill. There are two circular trails that traverse this upland environment that is bisected by a seasonal stream.

 

Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Reserve Trail Map

Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Preserve (formally the Sucker Brook Preserve) Species Checklists
  • View a flora checklist of plant species observed to date at Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Preserve (formally the Sucker Brook Preserve)
  • View a birds checklist of bird species observed to date at Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Preserve (formally the Sucker Brook Preserve)
  • View a mammals checklist of mammal species observed to date at Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Preserve (formally the Sucker Brook Preserve)
  • View a raf checklist of reptile, amphibian and fish species observed to date at Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Preserve (formally the Sucker Brook Preserve)

Please forward any new observations to Dennis Smith, GLLT Database Administrator.