Quakertown Swamp

Located in Upper Bucks County, PA, Quakertown Swamp is a 518-acre wetland, which is recognized as significant by the Pennsylvania Natural Diversity Inventory because it is a haven for a variety of wildlife species, including beaver and waterfowl. The area has been listed as a first priority site in the Bucks County Natural Areas Inventory (NAI) and is categorized by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as an all important wetland area. More than 91 bird species nest in the swamp.

In the attachments box below, view:

  • A map of our Lasting Landscapes® initiative for the Quakertown Swamp
  • A Self-Guided Tour of the Quakertown Swamp
  • Information about the Quakertown Swamp and the Great Blue Heron
  • A press release about the publication of educational material for the classroom

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