Our sanctuaries are maintained by a part-time caretaker. Volunteers
assist on trail maintenance days. We
also rely on our sanctuary neighbors to watch over these special
addition, a group of volunteer "Trail Walkers" monitors
individual sanctuaries and reports on their conditions.[Trail
habitat protection involves more than owning and protecting wildlife
also encourage homeowners and managers of commercial properties
to make their parcels safe and attractive for birds and other
wildlife. (To find out more, visit the Audubon
at Home online resources from National Audubon.)
impervious surfaces, protecting water quality, planting native
trees, shrubs, and wildflowers and reducing pesticide use are
healthy actions that benefit both wildlife and people.
visit our sanctuaries!
They are open every day from dawn to dusk free of charge.
Maps for Sanctuaries with Walking Trails
[Brinton Brook Sanctuary] [Choate
Sanctuary] [Graff Sanctuary]
[Haas Sanctuary] [Pinecliff
Sanctuary] [Pruyn Sanctuary]
also invite you to consider joining us as a member.
can join Audubon online today
and be billed later for membership.