The black oak savannah present at Crow Hill is a rare ecosystem hosting a unique set of species. The property also contains a large meadow where deer and ringed-necked pheasants can be spotted, as well as a nearby pond home to painted turtles. A rafter of wild turkeys often visits the Ecotarium entrance during the evening.
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Type: Conservation Restriction
Location: Harrington Way, Worcester
Trail Distances: 3 trails, 1.2 miles total
Established: 6/15/2000 (Crow Hill CR), 3/11/2009 (Crow Hill Savannah CR), 12/23/2014 (Crow Hill North CR), 5/5/2015 (Ecotarium West)
Parking: Plenty of parking in North High School lot (not during school hours). Limited frontage parking on west side of Harrington Way.
Volunteers: Ranger Couture and Ranger Charpentier