Troy Wetlands Habitat
This property is comprised of predominantly mixed emergent wetlands (marsh) providing excellent habitat for numerous reptiles, amphibians, small mammals and wetland birds. Troy Wetlands protects ideal nesting places for wetland birds such as Great Blue Herons, and offers important stop-over resting habitat and plentiful important food resources for migratory birds. Surrounding the beautiful open marshlands are scattered brushy transitional zones that grade into swamp forests, along with a small amount of upland forest. The property also has ponds, the remnants of an old fish farm, which will provide opportunities for anglers to try their luck.