Pyatt Lake: The Bill Carls Nature Preserve

This gallery features images taken at Pyatt Lake: The Bill Carls Nature Preserve. Protected in 1992, Pyatt Lake represents not only an undisturbed landscape with unique habitat and geologic features, but also the Conservancy’s first land preservation effort. The mosaic of habitat types at Pyatt Lake offers refuge to a wide variety of animal and plant species. More than 250 plant species have been identified on the property, and each spring orchids and trillium carpet the ground in a sea of color. Migrating waterfowl use the lake as a resting area, and warblers, winter wrens, woodpeckers and owls all flourish in the maturing forest.

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