Joseph Davis State Park   (Lewiston)   Total acres:  388.304    Underwater:   30.824   This state park has 39.3 acres of deciduous woods, 22 acres of "old field," 11 acres of wetland, and 5 acres of pond water.  The rest is Niagara River frontage west of River Road, including underwater roadways, parking and building areas, and mowed picnic areas.  Joseph Davis State Park supports a variety of habitats, ranging from open fields to mature forests, for plants and animals.  This diversity of habitats and the park's location along the Niagara River make it a good area for viewing both residents and migrant birds.   It also provides access to the lower Niagara River where waterfowl and gulls can be observed.


Birds Sightings at Joseph Davis State Park