McLean Game Refuge Natural Areas
McLean Game Refuge Natural Areas consists of two separate land tracts, the Western Highlands and the Sand Plains, which encompass an unusually diverse forest flora. Occurring within the oak chestnut region of the eastern deciduous forest, kettlehole bogs and a mile-long esker are evidence of glacial activity.
Year designated: 1973
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