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Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

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Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary
Massachusetts Audubon Society
Richmond, Massachusetts 01254
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Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary (Mass Audubon)
Coordinates: 42.4140414, -73.3117785
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About Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary
Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary, 21 acres, in Richmond is a wetland surrounded by woodlands. The stream that gave the sanctuary its name has been home to industrious beavers for more than 50 years.

Simon Tracy and his family were some of the earliest local settlers of Yokuntown (now incorporated as Richmond), and they operated a sawmill along the brook. Tracy Brook feeds into the 218-acre Richmond Pond.

Please note that there are no trails at Tracy Brook. Instead, there is a pull-off from the road where you can take in the scope of the sanctuary, including a large heron rookery.
From Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary webpage