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Centennial Woods Natural Area

 

Red trillium, a colorful spring-flowering plant found in Centennial Woods.

Flora and Fauna

Daniel, Alicia and Patricia Fontaine. Where the Wild Things Are: Large Mammal Habitats and Corridors in South Burlington, Vermont. Winooski Valley Park District, 2002.

Call number: QL719 .V4 D36 S65 2002 (Special Collections)

 

Daniel, Alicia and Mark Ward. Where the Wild Things Are: Large Mammal Habitat and Corridors in Burlington, Vermont. Winooski Valley Park District, 2000.

Call number: QL719 .V4 D36 2000 (Special Collections)

 

Eiseman, Charles. Wildlife Habitat and Corridors in the Winooski Valley Park District's Communities. 2007.

 

Sutti, Flavio. First Annual Centennial Woods Bio Blitz. Rubenstein School News 32 (2), 2010, p. 10-11.

 

Ten most common macroinvertebrates identified in samples from Centennial Brook.


Thompson, Elizabeth and Eric R. Sorenson. Wetland, Woodland, Wildland. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 2005.

Call number: QH105 .V5 T46 2000 (B/H 3rd floor, Reference, Special Collections)