Most wildlife viewing is done from one of three hiking trails. The one mile Warbler’s Loop Trail winds through the forest that were once home to the previous owner’s formal gardens. Spring and summer showcase its magnificent beauty, while a variety of songbirds find important cover from predators and the weather. Catbirds, cardinals, common yellowthroats and Carolina wrens use the dense understory formed by azaleas, rhododendrons and yews.
An extension of the Warbler’s Loop Trail, the Rocky Beach Trail brings you down to the rocky shoreline of Long Island’s north shore.
A stroll down the shortest trail, Gardener’s Path, is where you will find interpretative signs describing the area’s wildlife species and their habitats.