Dr. Victor Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve

The 292-acre Reinstein Woods includes several miles of gravel roads used primarily as trails, 19 ponds and wetlands created by a man-made system of dams, and approximately 76 acres of mature Beech-Maple forest that contains an unusually large percentage of black cherry trees. A highlight is the largest forest-grown beech tree in New York State, or "Champion Beech" that is more than 250 years old. Other important habitats include immature forests, conifer plantations, vernal pools, shrub swamp, and wet meadow.

 
 
 
 
 
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