Cambria Grassland  (Town of Cambria)  This area is bounded on the west by Cambria-Wilson Road, on the north by Ridge Road, on the east by Budd Road, and on the south by Thrall and Lower Mountain Roads.   It is a large area of fairly un-fragmented grassland habitat (hay, pasture, and successional old field communities), making it an excellent area for observing hawks, owls, and grassland songbirds (e.g., grasshopper sparrow, upland sandpiper, bobolink).   The successional old fields also support a fair abundance of native and naturalized wildflowers and associated butterflies (e.g., tiger swallowtail, alfalfa, monarch).