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Wills Hole Conservation Land

Birding in Massachusetts

Wills Hole Conservation Land
Acton, Massachusetts 01720
Wills Hole Conservation Land webpage
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Will’s Hole Conservation Land
Coordinates: 42.5211799, -71.4187217
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Tips for birding Wills Hole
The AllTrails website has a description and map of a hike at Wills Hole.

About Wills Hole Conservation Land
This conservation land comprises Wills Hole Conservation Land and the contiguous Town Forest. Its most unusual feature is Wills Hole, a pond and quaking bog ecosystem in the westerly portion. The easterly portion, much of it strewn with rocks and boulders, includes 49 acres designated as Town Forest where town residents once found firewood in stands of red and white oak, red maple, and white pine.

The property’s yellow loop trail can be reached by six red access trails. One blue secondary trail cuts through the central and northern parts of the loop. An unblazed pedestrian walkway, packed with crushed stone, passes between NARA and the Nagog Park Drive entrance, outside of which overflow parking is available for NARA events.
From Wills Hole Conservation Land webpage