Solitude is always the best word to describe Rose Acres. This is a great place to spend the day away from the hustle and bustle of life. Once a summer home for Mrs Clifford Rose, Buffalo Audubon acquired this 53 acre preserve in 1975. Host to a variety of habitats including mixed upland woods, a small stream, and a 5-acre beaver pond, wildlife abounds. This is a favorite spot for spring wildflower hikes as species such as Trillium, Hipatica and Clintonia are easily found. Recently a geocache box was added to the site for the technologically inclined outdoor enthusiasts.
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