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Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary

Birding in Massachusetts

Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary
Massachusetts Audubon Society

161 Clinton Street
Hopkinton, Massachusetts 01748
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Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary (Mass Audubon)
Coordinates: 42.22191, -71.46075
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About Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary
With its forest that opens up to a secluded pond, Waseeka offers the opportunity to observe woodland birds and waterbirds, wildflowers, and a fire-enhanced forest with a diverse tree population.

The standing dead trees and snags in the pond provide nesting sites for bluebirds, Pileated Woodpeckers, Great Blue Herons, Ospreys, and an occasional Great Horned Owl.

Explore 1 mile of trails at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary, including the Sassafras Trail where you can see great views of the pond wildlife. Look for osprey nesting above the pond from mid-spring to early fall. Trails off the Cart Path are marked with blue or yellow disks. Blue leads away from the road and yellow returns.
From Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary webpage