Angle Fly Preserve 


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Description:

Named after the last natural brook-trout spawning stream in Westchester, Angle Fly Preserve is a vital sanctuary for area wildlife. Its 654 acres are critical to the environmental health of the surrounding area and provide opportunities for hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, bird watching, and nature study.
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The main entrance to Angle Fly Preserve is on Primrose Street, just 0.5 miles south of Reis Park. A map and access to turn-by-turn directions can be found on the Directions page.
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● Source: ↱ Somers Land TrustAngle Fly Preserve

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