Rancocas Pathways, the Offical  Applicant  of
the Rancocas Creek National Water Trail, nomination
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Rancocas Pathways Inc.
Offical Applicant of the RCNWT nomination

Rancocas Pathways, a 501c3 organization dedicated 2 enhanced
 multi-use public access n promotes the nomination
 of a Rancocas Ceek
National
Water Trail through fun, recreation,
stewardship, exercise,
conservation and education.



Creek Critters

(ALL PHOTOS TAKEN IN MT. HOLLY)


Shells and Mollusks  

(Distribution Maps)


Diving Ducks (Mt. Holly Merganser


Turtles (N. Branch Red-Bellied Turtle)


Snakes


Plants


Tree's


Hawk's and Eagles


N. Branch Frogs (Leopard Frog)


Fish and Fishing


Vulture's


Owl's


Boating and Birding 


 How an Oxbow is Formed

Mt. Holly's Creek Ecology is unique as its a tidal creek in the middle of a urban environment.


The poster on the left presents a diagram of the Creek and some of the critters found in Mt. Holly's North Branch.

  

Mt. Holly's maritime history and man's use of the N. Branch directly impacts what critters that are found along the N. branch in Mt. Holly.  For a full description of the critters along creek contact John Anderson.  This section of the Creek will be frequently updated based on field notes of people paddling.  


Many thanks to Mike for the red-bellied turtle and other photos.