In the summer of 2002, Washington Crossing Audubon Society (WCAS) was contacted by Jamie Kampf and Hal Shute, neighbors of ACWMA, and invited to take a tour of the property. WCAS was also asked to consider conducting a biological inventory of the property and making recommendations for its management, based on information gathered in the inventory. On June 5, 2002 WCAS current and former board members Hannah Suthers, Pat Sziber, Rick Dutko and Herb Lord joined Hal Shute, Jamie Kampf and Gary Robinson for a tour of the property, and agreed that WCAS would conduct the study and provide a report in early 2004.
|Carson Road Woods|
The Woods are host to a wide variety of plant and animal life, including some threatened and endangered species. The Washington Crossing Audubon Society (WCAS) conducted a full survey in 2002 of all wildlife that call the woods their home.
|The Pole Farm|
In October 1998, the Washington Crossing Audubon Society published a Biological Survey of the Pole Farm with recommendations to preserve critical habitats of several threaten and endangered species recorded at the site. Notable species include: eastern meadowlarks, bobolinks, savannah and grasshopper sparrows, American kestrels northern harriers American woodcocks, killdeers, bluebirds, yellow-rumped warblers, indigo buntings, turkeys, and foxes. Several rare flora are also present at the site.
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