This 1.86 acres of mostly wetland, was donated to the Provincetown Conservation Trust in 2018 by Carol and Joseph McCabe. The wetland abuts the protected Whistle Path Woods and is near the Old Colony Nature Pathway.
Fauna and Flora
This property is surround by Maple, Aspen, and Oak trees. Being a wetland, a plethora of turtles have been spotted on the property, as well as a variety of frogs. Species of birds found and recorded on the property include red-tail hawk, barred owl, and red-wing blackbirds.
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