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Hundreds of acres of grasslands, woodlands, and wetlands await you at Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary. For birders of all experience levels, there are observation blinds overlooking a shallow wetland that attracts herons, egrets, and shorebirds, as well as muskrats and mink.
Panoramic views of the grasslands from the platform at Fox Hill, where you may spot Northern Harriers, an Eastern Coyote, or White-tailed Deer.
A Purple Martin colony, housed in an array of white nesting gourds near Webster Pond.
Annual Farm Day festival along with birding excursions, nature walks, and other educational programs that take place year-round through North River Wildlife Sanctuary.
Two wildlife observation blinds, where you can watch sunning turtles and a multitude of wetland birds such as Green Herons in the shallow pond.
Mass Audubon's Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, Winslow Cemetery Rd, Marshfield, MA 02050, USA