Burlingame Management Area webpage
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About Burlingame Management Area
Burlingame Wildlife Management Area is bordered to the south by the Burlingame State Park. The land is managed for both wildlife protection and hunting. For hikers and mountain bikers there are many access points to the Management Area.
The Management Area is composed primarily of forest cover, with wetlands and some open fields. The Management Area surrounds most of Watchaug Pond and forms part of an 11-mile corridor of open space running from the Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge to the state’s Carolina Management Area. The North South Trail runs through Burlingame on its way to the Massachusetts border. The Management Area trails also connect to other parks such as School House Pond Preserve and Kimball Wildlife Refuge.
Species observed include rabbit, deer, fox, raccoon, muskrat, coyote, ruffed grouse, wild turkey, woodcock, waterfowl, songbirds, amphibians, reptiles, box turtles, and lots more.
From Burlingame Management Area webpage