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Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary

Birding in Massachusetts

Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
Massachusetts Audubon Society
Marblehead Neck Important Bird Area

10 Risley Road
Marblehead, Massachusetts 01945
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Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary (Mass Audubon)
Coordinates: 42.4930171, -70.8401871
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About Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
It’s not uncommon to spot unusual birds at Marblehead Neck, located in the center of a peninsula that extends into Massachusetts Bay. Its swamp, thickets, and woodlands are a haven for migratory birds—especially warblers—during the spring and fall migrations.

Explore a little over .75 miles of trails at Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary. Scan for birds in the trees below from the rocky outcropping on the Warbler Trail.
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About Marblehead Neck
Marblehead Neck is a peninsula that forms the east side of Marblehead Harbor. The 3.5-mile circular drive offers beautiful views of Marblehead Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean. Marblehead Light and Hovey Park are on the northern tip. Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the center of the “Neck,” a peninsula that extends into Massachusetts Bay. Its swamp, thickets, and woodlands are a haven for migratory birds, especially warblers, during the spring and fall migrations. This sanctuary is a mecca for birders; the discovery of rarities is not uncommon.
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