Located within Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Strangmoor Bog is one of the most southern, undisturbed patterned or stringed bogs in the country. The site is a result of the underlying arrangement of sand knolls or extinct dunes on a sloping sand plain.
Year designated: 1973
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