Hiking Challenge Level: Easy
Trail Length: Approx. 1 mile
The Apalachin Marsh is a protected wetland that is recognized as one of the best birdwatching sites in New York State. Each year, countless hawks, herons, egrets, wood ducks, mallards, warblers, and other wildlife species visit the Marsh. This site is visitor friendly, with interpretative signs, benches and a trail system. You can learn more about local wetland flora and fauna you may see here. Or click here to see a list of birds that have been seen at the Apalachin Marsh.