If you’re looking to experience the wonders of nature, look no further than Taylor’s Wildlife Preserve in Cinnaminson. Located on the outskirts of the township, this 1300-acre oasis offers a gorgeous backdrop of woods, ponds, and streams. Taylor’s Wildlife Preserve is a sanctuary for a wide variety of flora and fauna, making it a unique place for bird-watching and wildlife observation. More can be found here.

Visitors can expect to be surrounded by lush landscapes brimming with various wildlife when they enter the preserve. Birds inhabit the skies, from real-life scouting hawks to majestic blue jays. Families of four-legged mammals, such as deer and groundhogs, frolic in the meadows, vivifying the meadows. Reptiles are also common, with turtles, lizards, and even the occasional alligator tucked away in the pond waters. Read about Adventures Abound at Palmyra Cove Nature Park In Cinnaminson here.

The preserve provides educational opportunities, whether you visit alone or with students. Tour guides are on-site to lead educational tours throughout the property. Experienced field biologists, ornithologists, and animal experts are available to lead interactive activities such as bird-calling experiences. The center also boasts interactive exhibits and resources for young learners.