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One of five parcels of land owned and managed by The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, this 24-acre preserve is located on the northeast side of the island, on Monaghan, just west of Hamilton Road. The preserve is home to a cluster of the island’s only rock elm trees, which are an Ohio-threatened species, found only in four other locations in the state. In addition to the rock elms there are wafer ash and prickly ash, members of the citrus family, the only two Ohio citrus-family trees.
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