Sugar Creek Glen,
so named because of the plentitude of sugar maples in early days abounding along its banks.





Today's Wildflower
Trillium grandiflorum, White Trillium, Large-flowered Trillium, Great white Trillium, White Wake-robin
Trillium grandiflorum, White Trillium, Large-flowered Trillium, Great white Trillium, White Wake-robin, Sugar Creek Glen Campground
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Wildflowers in Sugar Creek Glen


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Wildlife at the Campground
Black bears, chipmunks, squirrels and more...

Flowers in New York
Avifauna
which means "bird fauna"
For all the Birdlovers out there...

New York flowers and native plants
Butterflies and Moths
grouped together in the order Lepidoptera,
which means 'scaly wings'.


Images of wildflowers throughout summer
Iris pseudacorus, Yellow iris, Yellow Waterflag,Jacob's sword in Sugar Creek Glen Cimicifuga racemosa, Black Cohosh, Bugbane in Sugar Creek Glen Desmodium glutinosum, Pointed-leaved Tick-trefoil in Sugar Creek Glen Chelidonium majus, Greater celandine, Common Celandine, Garden Celandine in Sugar Creek Glen Erigeron philadelphicus, Common Fleabane, Philadelphia fleabane in Sugar Creek Glen Coronilla varia, Securigera varia, Crown Vetch, Purple Vetch in Sugar Creek Glen Hesperis matronalis, Dame's Rocket, Mother-of-the-evening in Sugar Creek Glen Taraxacum officinale, Leontodon taraxacum, Taraxacum dens-leonis, Taraxacum retroflexum, Common dandelion in Sugar Creek Glen Ranunculus acris, Ranunculus acer, Ranunculus stevenii, Common Buttercup, Tall Buttercup, Meadow Buttercup in Sugar Creek Glen Wild flowers in Sugar Creek Glen Wild flowers in Sugar Creek Glen Wild flowers in Sugar Creek Glen

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