This 66-acre nature preserve is part of the City of Lake Geneva Park System. 40 acres of wetland (sedge meadow, pond, calcareous fen and tamaracks) and 20 acres of upland that are being restored to prairies (xeric, sand, short-grass, tall-grass, wet mesic and oak opening with mature oaks and hickories) are all on one site. The preserve is bordered by 250 acres, which are part of a primary environmental corridor, and is open to the public. The trail has plaques identifying various plant and animal species. Wildlife: Look for wetland, grassland, and savanna birds. Also, nesting boxes for bluebirds and tree swallows.