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Sanctuaries

Freund Wildlife Sanctuary

corner of Pitt Rd and Albany Turnpike, Old Chatham

Harrier Hill Park

Great views, Bird watching/nature study, Pavilion, Universally accessible, 6 acres, surrounded by DEC Land, 2 mile Stockport-Greenport Trail which travels through 325 acres of protected land and connects to the Greenport Conservation Area

Rod and Gun Road, Stockport

www.clctrust.org/public-conservation-areas/harrier-hill/

Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center

1024 Rt 66, Ghent

www.ccswcd.org

518-828-4386

Rheinstrom Hill Audubon Sanctuary and Center

A 1,039 acre sanctuary provides habitat for many at risk climate-threatened bird species, such as Wood Thrush, Veery, Scarlet Tanager, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Blue-headed Vireo, and warblers such as Ovenbird, Chestnut-sided, Black-throated Blue, Black-and-white, and Blackburnian. It is also habitat for White-tailed Deer, Coyotes, Bobcats and Black Bears. It is a great place for birding, nature walks and hiking. Open daily dawn to dusk

225 Cambridge Rd, Craryville

ny.audubon.org/rheinstrom-hill

518-325-5203

Rogers Island State Wildlife Management Area

Hallenbeck Rd, Hudson (Town of Greenport)

Wilson M. Powell Wildlife Sanctuary

Hunt Club Road, off County Route 13, Old Chatham

www.alandevoebirdclub.org