Gallery above: 18th Century Farmhouse
Gallery below: Around the Farm
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The woodlands in the back of the farm
Protect Wildlife Habitat
The existing ecosystem supports many types of wildlife - including butterflies, dragonflies, bats, frogs, toads, salamanders, foxes, muskrats, otters, deer, birds (including wild turkeys, cardinals, Great blue Heron, egrets, Blue Winged Teal ducks, Wood Ducks, quail, Northern Oriole, Rose Breasted Grosbeak, Killdeer, owls).
Vegetation on Wingover Farm includes ferns, Indian Pipe, milkweed, wild grapes, princess pine, creeping myrtle and trees (including an old growth American beech tree grove, white pine, Sycamore Maple, oaks, mountain laurel, apple, black cherry, spruce and American holly). Jack-in-the-Pulpit was last seen growing in the 1970's.