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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


Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center

1024 Rt 66, Ghent



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



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