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White-tail deer in the Landlocked ForestThrough trees and wallsOne of many small streams and rivulets that provide Burlington's water supplyWater crossing - a non-invasive way to protect the streamIndigo Bunting guarding its nestHistoric paths and woods roadsSugarloaf Mushroom and friendsStone testiment to our agricultural pastRed-tailed hawk live and hunt in the forests and meadowsAbout 12 miles of trails allow vistors a chance to explore the forest's beautyBirth of a tree on a bed of mossVernal pool, required habitat for many rare species: fairy shrimp, mole salamanders and wood frogsDense Pine StandMany colorful fungi  perform essential roles in all ecosystems decomposing organic matterStone crossing over small brook20' tall glacial erratic