Debar Pond

Located near the junction of Routes 26 and 27 in the Town of Duane, Debar Pond offers a quiet birding paddle for anyone interested in making the 0.3 mile carry from the parking area. If you aren’t interested in canoeing, the boardwalk trail to the pond cuts through wet coniferous and cedar habitat, home to a variety of warblers and other songbirds. In addition, Black-backed Woodpecker can be found along parts of the access road to the trail itself thanks to the boreal nature of the surrounding woods.

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Debar Pond Road
Paul Smiths, 12970
(518) 891-1990

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