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By Paula Ford

This e-book takes the reader to nearly 2 hundred parks, refuges, and scorching spots for migratory and resident birds all through Pennsylvania. info on 7 geographical regions—including 34 maps—make this the main entire, statewide consultant to be had to Pennsylvania birding websites.

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The Glaciated Northwest extends from the Pennsylvania-Ohio border north of the Ohio River diagonally to the Pennsylvania-New York border just west of the Allegheny Reservoir. The northern boundary of the region is I -90; the southern boundary runs roughly parallel to the shore of Lake Erie. The region is a gently rolling terrain, with elevations ranging from 800 feet at 1-90 to 1,400 feet at the southern boundary. Rivers and streams have carved paths through the plateau. Glacial till is found on uplands, and alluvial soils are prevalent on flood plains.

The Glaciated Northwest extends from the Pennsylvania-Ohio border north of the Ohio River diagonally to the Pennsylvania-New York border just west of the Allegheny Reservoir. The northern boundary of the region is I -90; the southern boundary runs roughly parallel to the shore of Lake Erie. The region is a gently rolling terrain, with elevations ranging from 800 feet at 1-90 to 1,400 feet at the southern boundary. Rivers and streams have carved paths through the plateau. Glacial till is found on uplands, and alluvial soils are prevalent on flood plains.

Goddard State Park, the McKeever Center is a facility designed for groups of up to 120 people. The Goddard-McKeever Trail begins near the breast of the dam in Goddard State Park and connects the center to the park. The center has a discovery building, and there are trails nearby. For more information contact McKeever Environmental Learning Center, RD 3, Box 121, Sandy Lake, PA 16145, (412) 376-7585. SHARON Sharon, population 17,533, is located near the Ohio border on Route 62. Sharon is a steel town.

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