Cedar Creek Natural History Area-Allison Savanna
Cedar Creek Natural History Area-Allison Savanna is a relatively undisturbed area where three biomes meet (tall grass prairie, eastern deciduous forest and boreal coniferous forest.) Supporting 61 species of mammals and 183 species of birds, the site is a nationally and internationally famous research center.
Year designated: 1975
Ownership: State, Private
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