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Markham’s Pond is a 33 acre wildlife area located northwest of the town of Otranto. This is a 19 acre pothole with 1/4 mile walk -in access off Beech Ave. This is one of the last remaining natural prairie potholes in Mitchell County.
A prairie pothole is a depressional wetland (primarily freshwater marshes) found most often in the Upper Midwest. This formerly glaciated landscape is marked with an immense number of potholes, which fill with snowmelt and rain in the spring. Some prairie pothole marshes are temporary, while others may be essentially permanent. Here a pattern of rough concentric circles develops. Submerged and floating aquatic plants take over the deeper water in the middle of the pothole while bulrushes and cattails grow closer to shore. Wet, sedgy marshes lie next to the upland. Its a favorite stop over spot for hundreds of migrating waterfowl each spring.
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