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Habitat Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary

This is a short walk around the Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary just north of Belmont, MA. It is a great place for birding.
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
Family Friendly

Overview :  The Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary is all about environmental education with informative signs and a visitor center which often holds art ... more »

Tips:  Take Route 2 east bound to exit 58 or westbound to exit 59. There is a $4 non-member fee to enter the grounds.

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Points of Interest

1. Parking and Visitor Center

Take the time to explore the visitor center where you might see an art gallery on display. From here head out across the street following signs towards the community garden.

2. Community Garden

This is a peaceful little garden. Some days you can walk through it while other days the gate is closed to keep animals out.

3. Pond

This is a quiet little pond where you may bird watch from the shore.

4. Take a Right

Head right across this meadow for a loop path back to the visitor center.