Institute Woods/Charles H. Rogers Wildlife Refuge

Institute Woods/Charles H. Rogers Wildlife Refuge

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This large tract of deciduous forest includes a small area of virgin forest and is known for its unusual number of bird species, particularly during the songbird migration seasons. The Stony Brook flows from east to west through the southern part of the tract, and there is a swinging bridge across this waterway in the near the middle of the southern tract perimeter. The original Princeton settlement on the Stony Brook was just to the west of the Woods and the Quaker Meeting House just to the northwest of the tract, is still in use.

The tract can be entered from Battlefield Park, which borders the Woods on the north. Access is also provided from the end of Olden Lane.

For more information and a hiking trail map, see the NJ Trails website:


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