Wildlife at Otter Point Creek

Along the banks of Otter Point Creek in Abingdon, wild rice attracts rare birds like the king rail, and milkweed draws hosts of monarch butterflies, increasingly rare because of their diminishing food supply. Among the other inhabitants are several species of fish, turtles, frogs, snakes, deer, foxes, squirrels and, of course, otters.

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