Jacob’s Point (see map below) is the Warren Land Conservation Trust’s flagship property. It is located between the East Bay Bike Path and the Warren River. Public access is along the footpath from the East Bay Bike Path. This 37.6-acre parcel is sensitive tidal marsh surrounded by barrier beach. The property was the focus of a major salt marsh restoration project in 2009 and 2010. It is home to several threatened species, including the salt marsh sparrow. Also look for osprey and purple martins nesting here. There is a white gourd nesting array for the martins to the south of the footpath and an osprey nesting platform to the north. Learn more about this habitat by finding our interpretive sign along the East Bay Bike Path.
Drone Footage of Jacob’s Point
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