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Tully Mountain

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Tips for birding Tully Mountain
The AllTrails website has a description and map of a hike at Tully Mountain.

About Tully Mountain Wildlife Management Area
Tully Mountain Wildlife Management Area covers most of Tully Mountain and the surrounding hillsides along the West Branch of the Tully River. This WMA is predominantly comprised of a mature upland forest of northern hardwoods (maple, beech, birch) intermixed with oak, white pine, and hemlock. Beaver-created wetlands occur where Collar Brook flows into the Tully River in the broad plain known locally as “Tully Meadows”. A small field dotted with apple trees can be found at the end of Mountain Road. Another 693 acres of MassWildlife Wildlife Conservation Easements (WCE) surround this WMA providing increased wildlife habitat and public access.

The property can be accessed from Mountain Road and Tully Road. A gravel parking area accommodates 10 vehicles at the end of Mountain Road. There is a grassy parking area large enough for two cars on Tully Road. Parking areas are not maintained in the winter.
From Tully Mountain Wildlife Management Area information sheet

About Tully Mountain Trail
Tully Mountain, 1,163 feet, is a prominent, steep-sided monadnock located in north-central Massachusetts in the town of Orange. It is part of the Tully Mountain Wilderness Management Area. An exposed east-facing ledge on the summit provides views of the Millers River valley, Mount Monadnock, Mount Wachusett, and the Wapack Range. The 22-mile Tully Trail traverses the mountain.
From Wikipedia