Massachusetts Audubon Society
East Otis, Massachusetts 01029
Old Baldy Wildlife Sanctuary webpage
Old Baldy Wildlife Sanctuary trail map
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Migratory songbird species — like Indigo Bunting, Chestnut-sided Warbler, and Eastern Towhee — prefer Old Baldy for its early successional young forest and shrubland habitats.
About Old Baldy Wildlife Sanctuary
Old Baldy Wildlife Sanctuary is a 154-acre property nestled within a larger area of approximately 2,000 acres of conserved land. A short, but steep, trail to the summit provides hikers a spectacular 360° vista of the surrounding sugar maple, white ash, and basswood forests.
Explore 0.3 miles of trail at Old Baldy Wildlife Sanctuary. A short—but steep—trek to the summit provides hikers with a spectacular 360° vista of the surrounding sugar maple, white ash, and basswood forests.
Along the way, look for signs of resident wildlife including moose and black bear.
From Old Baldy Wildlife Sanctuary webpage