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Western New York Outdoors
A Parks and Recreation Guide to locations for outdoor adventures in WNY.

Tifft Nature Preserve
City of Buffalo, Erie County.


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Description:

This one time farm, and dumpsite in the 70's, was transformed to an urban sanctuary for wildlife.  Lake Kirsty, several ponds, marshes and woodlands are used by numerous waterfowl as a migratory flyway.  There are several intertwined trails to hike and boardwalks to view birds.  The Buffalo Museum of Science uses this nature refuge for conservation and environmental education.

Located on Fuhrman Boulevard, off Route 5, and south of the city near the shoreline of Lake Erie.  Traveling north from the Southtowns on the Skyway, pass Tifft Street and exit to the parking area.

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Tifft Nature Preserve

East of the Lake Erie shoreline and Skyway.

Other Related Sites:

Buffalo Museum of Science
NYS DEC - Region 9 Nature Center.

 

 

 

 

 


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