Features

Fall Color Information

Each year as nights begin to get longer, the trees begin to change from the vibrant green of summer to the warm tones of gold, orange and red. The amount of rain and the temperature affects how bright colors are. Warm, sunny days with cool nights are usually the best falls for viewing color.

Battle for the Bats!

Bats are so important to our ecosystem that we should appreciate them 365 days a year, they are vital to healthy ecosystems and human economies worldwide. Bats are dying off at an alarming rate. Bat populations have been decimated in recent years due to the white-nose syndrome. This has resulted in the recent listing of the northern long-eared bat (NLEB) as a threatened species and listing the Indiana bat as an endangered species.

Do not bring firewood to ANF

Firewood from counties other than Elk, Forest, McKean and Warren is prohibited in ANF.

Marienville Ranger District Develops Nature Path

What began as a discussion among frontliners about a desire to have an environmental education/interpretive program near the ANF’s Marienville Ranger District office, recently turned into a reality.