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9939 E 350 N, North Webster, IN 46555

https://www.in.gov/dnr/nature-preserves/
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Join the Indiana DNR Division of Nature Preserves for a free guided hike at Pisgah Marsh Nature Preserve.

Registration: Open to 35.

Directions: From the town of Wilmont, go south on SR5 for 2.1 miles to 350 N. There will be a large sign for Pisgah Marsh at the intersection. Go west past the gravel lot and proceed to a paved parking lot on the right. Note: you cannot get to Pisgah Marsh from the west on 350 N as the road does not connect. 

An Indiana bird-watcher’s hidden treasure, Pisgah Marsh includes grassland, marsh, lake, and upland habitat. Nestled on the county lines of Kosciusko, Noble and Whitley in northeast Indiana, Pisgah Marsh is an ecologically sensitive, geologically significant and biologically diverse area accessible through a boardwalk. Two state-endangered species are found there, the massasauga rattlesnake and Blanding’s turtle. The wetland and upland areas also provide habitat for migratory waterfowl, sandhill cranes, beavers, rails, squirrels, raccoons, and deer. The Pisgah Marsh boardwalk and Golden Eagle viewing deck were constructed to allow visitors the opportunity to experience and understand the natural habitat and diversity of the marsh while protecting the habitat.

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