Ten Mile River Watershed Council 501c3 

  Neglected, Forgotten, Reborn. 

Wildlife in the Ten Mile  River Watershed

From the wetlands, forests, lakes, ponds and rivers to the towns and urban areas in the Ten Mile River Watershed, a wide variety of plants and animals can be seen. Native fish such as herring. A wide variety of birds live in or travel through the watershed. Trees, amphibians and other creatures large and small add to the diversity of the watershed.

We are compiling a list of wildlife found in the watershed, mostly using reports from volunteers like you! 

Some frogs in a vernal pool and Thatcher Brook.