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1532 McClain St, ,

Austin Bottoms Wildlife Conservation Area

Austin Bottoms Conservation Area spans more than 26,000 acres along the Muscatatuck River. Approximately 2,355 acres are now open for use. It consists of a variety of habitat types, dominated by bottomland forests and wetlands. The bottomland forest consists of species such as maples, oaks, sweetgum, river birch, sycamore and beech. Many birds use bottomland hardwood forests, such as wild turkey, yellow- and black-crowned night herons, wood ducks, red-headed woodpeckers, screech owls, great horned owls, bald eagles, broad-winged hawks, woodcock, wood thrush, hooded warblers, Kentucky warblers, blue jays and cardinals. These bottomland hardwoods also provide excellent habitat for many mammal ...

Austin Community Park
856 Broadway Street, ,

The Community Park was opened in 2016 in downtown Austin. In 2018 Austin Community Park received at $50,000 grant from Major League Baseball and Scotts Lawn Care to redo the Ellsworth W. Chandler Ball Field.

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