Bibler Nature Preserve
Bibler Nature Preserve was once a farmstead; ACRES acquired the land in 1992.
An elaborate and sometimes confusing network of trails explores old fields now grown up in grass, shrubs, and woods. Twinleaf occurs here, as do many other wildflowers, including prairie trillium, trout lily, and green dragon.
From the parking area, an elongated figure eight path heads northeast through second growth woods, eventually approaching a small tributary of the Little Salamonie River. Another path leads straight west from the parking area, hugging the southern property boundary, and then looping through an area of abandoned fields.
Jay County. From the intersection of US 27 and 500 South, go east 4.1 miles on 500S, then south 0.5 miles on 400E to a parking area on the right (west).
North 40 21.627 West 84 54.049
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ACRES Land Trust
Habeck: Wild Indiana; Page 89