Evening at the Beaver Ponds
July 6 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Mass Audubon naturalist Zach Adams will lead an evening searching for the sanctuary’s beavers and other wildlife in and around the sanctuary ponds. The group will learn about the lives of beavers, their amazing recovery story, and how they continue to shape the landscape more than 85 years after their reintroduction to the area. Bring binoculars if you have them or borrow a loaner pair.
Groups are limited, and Mass Audobon can’t take walk-ins right now, for safety, so you will need to save space ahead. You will need to dress for the weather and prepare for uneven terrain. Masks/face coverings are optional during outdoor programs, but are required for indoor use of bathrooms and water bottle filling stations.
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