When we think of the beach, we usually think of the inner harbor, the outer harbor and the Buffalo River (closer to the Canalside). But for those who even go down the Buffalo River, there are plenty of surprises. One of these surprises is the Seneca Bluffs Nature Park, which is located there. near the bridge over Seneca Street, between Elk Street and Evon Place.
according to Great Lakes Guide, The Seneca Bluffs were identified in 1994 as one of five uniquely important habitat areas that need protection. In 2004, the Erie County Department of Environment and Planning committed significant resources to rehabilitating the Bliffs (15 acres of coastal watershed and 3,000 feet of coastal border). Additional rehabilitation measures have been developed over the years as part of the Great Lakes Rehabilitation Initiative, including waste disposal, road identification, coastal safety, eradication of invasive plants, creation of better habitats for migratory and migratory plants, and introduction of domestic plant pollination.
Still in 2017, Racha wrote about efforts to clean up and rehabilitate the garden. Eventually, it seemed as if the section had made significant progress, and more and more people became aware of the garden’s natural resources.
“What happens at the Seneca Blues is just part of a new day that is dawn for all of Erie County’s wildlife parks. “- Rachacha
Today Seneca Blues the garden is part of the Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper’s’Buffalo Blueway‘- a number of interconnected natural sites on the banks of the Buffalo River.
As we begin to clean up our boats and canoes to meet the upcoming spring and summer seasons, Waterkeeper has announced that additional improvements to the site are in store. To this end, Barton & Loguidice contracted to develop design plans Seneca Bluffs Natural Habitat Park, which is likely to improve the current stage of kayaking, while following other relocation and connection placement initiatives.
This is great news considering that more and more people are spending their summers on Buffalo as a way to reunite with nature – kayaking. is the ultimate form of social space after all. And the more “new” and “improved” small personal crafts are by the river the better. There is plenty of room to sit and talk along the beach, not to observe all the action.