There is an abundance of wildlife along the trail including: White Tail Deer, Eastern Wild Turkey, Gray Squirrel, Fox Squirrel, Wood Ducks, Canada Geese, Turtle, Beaver, River Otter, Eagle, etc…
Granite rock outcrops are a distinctive feature of the trail.  Native trees and plants such as: White Oak, Red Oak, River Birch, Pin Oaks, Yellow Pine, Red Cedar, Sweet Gum, Long Leaf Pine.  

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Freshwater Turtle

Freshwater turtles are reptiles, like snakes and lizards. Their shell is mainly used for protection from predators. They need access to both water and land to complete their life cycle. They inhabit a variety of freshwater habitats, from all sorts of wetlands to lakes, streams and rivers.