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High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary

Birding in Massachusetts

High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary
Massachusetts Audubon Society
Off Patten Road
Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts 01370
High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary webpage
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High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary (Mass Audubon)
Coordinates: 42.6241, -72.72086
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About High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary
Enjoy the spectacular views of the Deerfield River Valley and Mount Greylock from the ledges at the end of the sanctuary road. Spring is the best time to see many wildflowers; although the entire flower season offers both common and uncommon wildflowers and ferns.

Explore 5 miles of trails at High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary. Some of these hikes may be strenuous, but the views are worth it!
From High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary webpage