The 58-acre Birds Junction Marsh was acquired in 1995.
It is part of the DuPage River preservation system, which conserves more than 1,500 acres.
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Birds Junction Marsh protects a diversity of habitats, including forest, savanna and wetland.
Wildlife found at the preserve includes more than 70 bird species.
The preserve is also home to a variety of plant species, including the hooded violet and sickle pod.
The site is managed with invasive species control and prescribed burning to protect and enhance its natural resources. Learn more about the District’s land management activities.