West Kingston, Rhode Island 02892
Great Swamp Wildlife Management Area web site
Great Swamp Wildlife Management Area East map
Great Swamp Wildlife Management Area West map
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Tips for birding Great Swamp Wildlife Management Area
The Great Swamp Management Area contains several miles of trails that wind through fields and mixed forests and around an impoundment. The area is a good place to find passerines during spring migration.
The trail that circles the impoundment travels through different habitats that attract a variety of birds. It is about a five mile round trip hike from the parking area.
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About Great Swamp Wildlife Management Area
Great Swamp covers a total land area of 3349 acres. Acreage is divided among the following cover types: wetlands (2262 acres), forest cover (897 acres), agricultural land (eighty-eight acres) and other lands (102 acres; brush, utilities etc.). The area contains extensive forested freshwater wetlands, dominated by red maple swamps with some cedar swamp.
From Great Swamp Wildlife Management Area web site