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Important Mammal Areas

Important Mammal Areas (IMA) are sites or regions that include habitat critical to mammal survival.  Many of the IMAs encompass public property and would be a good place to visit for wildlife viewing.  For more information regarding the IMA selection process, fact sheets, and detailed maps click here.

1 - Presque Isle State Park
2 - Pymatuning Wildlife Management Area / SGL 214
3 - Maurice K. Goddard State Park
4 - Hickory Creek /Tionesta Creek Drainages
5 - CS&M Mine
6 - Long Run Mine
7 - US Steel Mine
8 - Northern Allegheny Plateau
9 - Hills Creek State Park
10 - Chestnut Ridge / Laurel Ridge
11 - Yellow Creek State Park
12 - Kimberly Run Natural Area
13 - Allegheny Mountain
14 - Forbes State Forest / Mt. Davis Section
15 - Salisbury Mine
16 - Canoe Creek Watershed
17 - The Barrens / SGL 176
18 - 1,000 Steps
19 - Blacklog Mountain
20 - Central Mountains
21 - Tuscarora / Blue Mountain South
22 - Eisenhower Least Shrew Site
23 - East Berlin Shrew Site
24 - Conodoguinet Creek
25 - Central Susquehanna Valley
26 - Stony Mountain Woodrat Complex
27 - Wyoming State Forest
28 - Ricketts Glen State Park / SGLs 57,13, 66
29 - Wyoming Valley
30 - Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area / SGL 46
31 - Hopewell Big Woods
32 - Hawk Mountain Sanctuary and Environs
33 - Lehigh Valley / Lehigh Gorge State Park
34 - SGL 129 / Hickory Run State Park / Holiday Pocono
35 - Pocono Lake / Adams Swamp / Two Mile Run
36 - Tobyhanna and Gouldsboro State Parks / SGL127
37 - SGL 312 (now part of IMA 36)

38 - Long Pond Preserve
39 - Tannersville Cranberry Bog
40 - Delaware State Forest / Bushkill Creek
41 - Delaware Water Gap / Pocono Environmental Education Center
42 - Cherry Valley Watershed
43 - Durham Mine
44 - John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum
45 - Latodami Environmental Education Center (not shown on map)

 

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Pennsylvania Game Commission
Bureau of Wildlife Management
Attn: Mammal Atlas Coordinator
2001 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17110
MammalAtlas@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Game Commission
Bureau of Wildlife Management
717-787-5529