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Bradford Dam,
Bucks County, PA

Habitat:
280 acres - Lake, woods, edge, shrub and meadow

Owned and Maintained by:
Warrington Township Park and Recreational Department as part of the Open Space Program.

Hours:
Sunrise to Sunset

Directions:
From 611 , take County Line Road (on the border of Bucks and Montgomery Counties) north 1.4 miles to Bradford Avenue. Turn right and go .1 miles to a parking area.

From 202 , take County Line Road south, past Lower State Road to Bradford Avenue on the left. Turn left and go .1 miles to a parking area. (If you have reached Kansas Road/ Keith Valley Road you have gone .5 miles too far)

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Viewing Area:
Walk past the gate at the end of the parking area, and along the trail for approx. 200 yards to view the water, and continue on the trail for another 200 yards to walk along the dam breast, so that you can view the whole body of water. The is a trail to the left that leads along the lake and up the creek

Birds:
Over 50 species breed here. Among some of the less common species reported: Red-necked Phalarope, Red-shouldered Hawk, Pectoral Sandpiper, Common Snipe, American Woodcock, Bonaparte's Gull, Acadian Flycatcher, Connecticut Warbler, Grasshopper Sparrow, Lincoln's Sparrow, Rusty Blackbird and Orchard Oriole.

To Report Sightings:
Augie Mirabella
1443 Wheaton Lane, North Wales, PA 19454
(215) 368-0594