North Park Village Nature Center Woodlands

Savannas and Woodlands

A savanna is a wooded area with ground cover consisting of native grasses and wildflowers and a tree canopy that covers or shades between 10-50% of the site. A woodland is similar to a savanna but with more trees covering 50-70% of the site. Oaks, hickories and elms are some of the species you’ll find in these nature areas. From treetop to woodland wildflowers, these lush and layered landscapes offer a variety of habitats for wildlife, such as migratory birds, insects, and invertebrates.

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West Pullman Savannas and Woodlands

West Pullman Savannas and Woodlands

Location Notes: 401 W. 123rd St.

Park: West Pullman Park

Park Phone: (312) 747-7090

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