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Centennial Woods

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Centennial Woods
University of Vermont Natural Area
Burlington, Vermont 05401
University of Vermont Natural Areas webpage
Centennial Woods map

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Centennial Woods (UVM Natural Area)
Coordinates: 44.4794, -73.1841
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Tips for birding Centennial Woods
Birdwatching in Vermont, pp. 54-55.

The TrailFinder website has a description and map of a hike at Centennial Woods.

About Centennial Woods
Centennial Woods is one of the most frequently visited UVM natural areas. This area contains over 65 acres of mature conifer stands, mixed hardwoods, fields, streams, and wetland areas. Within the city limits of Burlington and adjacent to the UVM campus, this area serves as an excellent natural laboratory to study the region’s plants, animals, and natural processes, as well as cultural history.

A well-developed trail system wanders through Centennial Woods, offering visitors samples of the natural communities and landscape features thriving here. Students in Environmental Studies, Botany, Zoology, Forestry, Recreation Management, and Education use this area extensively for academic study. Upon your arrival to Centennial Woods please take a moment to sign in and look over the important information listed on the kiosk. Please feel free to provide any feedback or simple comments regarding your visit to the area.

Parking for the Catamount Drive entrance to East Woods is limited to a few metered parking spaces in front of the UVM Research Annex building.
From University of Vermont Natural Areas webpage