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Carlton Hill Bird Conservation Area

Carlton Hill BCA is a 2,580 acre area of grassland and shrubland habitats located in the town of Middlebury, Wyoming County. These habitats support a diversity of bird species including a number of species at risk such as Henslow's sparrow (threatened), northern harrier (threatened), grasshopper sparrow (special concern), horned lark (special concern), and yellow-breasted chat (special concern). There are also some upland forest, riparian forest, and small wetland areas that provide habitat for pied-billed grebe (threatened).

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