Ambler Flatwoods Nature Preserve is owned by the Shirley Heinze Land Trust and is comprised of two different parcels. The first parcel of 208 acres is a state dedicated Nature Preserve. However, the 40 acre expansion parcel, purchased in 2010, contains a mix of high and lower quality habitats. This flatwoods ecosystem harbors relict populations of several plant species that are typical of more northern latitudes.
Species list for all plots To prevent poaching, endangered species are not included in this list. More info...
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Mapping : show cover (maximum recorded)
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Presence here implied from presence in nested quadrat
Smaller quadrats are not shown at exact scale. See our methods page for details on plot layout.
Protected Species Policy
To prevent poaching, NIRMI does not provide the location of any endangered,
threatened, or otherwise protected species found within any of our plots.
All lists, charts, and calculations (richness, FQI, etc.) therefore exclude
these species as well.
If you are conducting research and have a legitimate need for this unfiltered data, please
contact us at nirmi (at) iun (dot) edu.