Kidder-McKeachie Scio Woods Preserve
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- Trails - Natural Ground, Unimproved
About the Kidder-McKeachie Scio Woods PreserveHere you will encounter varying types of woodlands—oak and hickory trees are found in locations with drier soils and the wetter woods are dominated by sugar maple and beech trees. A wetland system is located in the eastern portion of the preserve where you will find a buttonbush swamp and wetland plants such as pawpaw trees, spicebush, and bladdernut. Spring wildflowers are abundant in the preserve, and the wooded habitat is home to some uncommon birds including barred owls and pileated woodpeckers.
- Acres: 91
- Established: 2008
- Trail Length: 2.34 miles
Scio Woods Preserve is operated by the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission and was purchased through the Natural Areas Preservation Program in collaboration with City of Ann Arbor Greenbelt Program and Scio Township.