The Conesus Inlet Wildlife Management Area is 1,120 acres of broad, flat floodplain nestled between two glacially steepened hillsides. There is a mile-long nature trail which has three viewing platforms jutting out over the inlet. The path is flat, occasionally wet, and best enjoyed at a slow stroll to increase the chances of spotting the abundant wildlife. The marshland habitat is also a favorite stopover for numerous species of migratory birds, adding another seasonal highlight. But the marsh is a rich habitat and bird-watching opportunities, as well as other wildlife viewing, abound throughout the year. To cap it off, Bald Eagles have been nesting within the area and can be seen fishing the lagoon.