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Titus and Wattsburg Bogs

Titus and Wattsburg Bogs
Titus and Wattsburg Bogs

Titus and Wattsburg Bogs is comprised of two different bogs representative of their ecosystem types; acid kettle hole bog and alkaline streamside fen. The bogs are noted for the rare and unusual species among their rich and divergent floras.

Location: Erie County, PA

Year designated: 1977

Acres: 126

Ownership: Private


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Last Updated: June 28, 2012