Ten Mile-Runnins Watershed Council 501c3 

  Two Watersheds, One Council    The Ten Mile & Runnins River

 

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.