The Montezuma Audubon Center (MAC) is about one mile north of Savannah. The Center is sited immediately adjacent to two reclaimed marshes, open meadows, upland forest, seasonally flooded forest and a natural lake. The location makes possible education programs in a variety of habitats all within a short walk from the center building. The MAC is Audubon New York’s first education facility in central New York, an important part of the network of Audubon Centers, and a new resource for educating residents and tourists about one of New York’s greatest wildlife resources.
The Warbler Loop Walk begins at the Montezuma Audubon Center and passes by an observation platform that overlooks a restored marsh where you can often see raptors such as red-tailed hawks and osprey, red-winged blackbirds and swallows. The path takes hikers through a diverse forest of hemlock, aspen, and maple, and then winds through grasslands, home to Northern Harriers and Savannah Sparrows.
LOCATION: 2295 NY-89, Savannah, NY 13146
LENGTH OF TRAIL: 1 mile
PASSPORT MARKER: located near the observation platform