Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

An expansive retreat along Indian Brook and the Charles River, Broadmoor is an ever-changing environment teeming with wildlife: dragonflies darting, turtles basking, otters leaving tracks in the mud or snow, and more than 150 species of birds. Easy-to-rugged well-groomed trails lead you through the shade of mature woodlands into open fields and along the edges of vibrant streams, ponds, and marshland. Read More

Sanctuary News & Events

Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Special Event May 10, 2015
Red Winged Blackbird © Joy Marzolf
Red Winged Blackbird © Joy Marzolf

Come on your own or with family and friends for guided bird walks followed by a homemade breakfast at the Nature Center.
Sign up for walks starting at: 7, 8, 9 or 10 am. Pre-registration is required.

Harvey Leonard, Meteorologist for WCVB Channel 5

The seventh Jean and Henry Stone Memorial Lecture sponsored by Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary was held Sunday, March 29 at The Center for the Arts in Natick. The hall was packed, with several hundred people turning out to hear meteorologist and Natick resident Harvey Leonard expound on this past winter and other weather events of note.

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Upcoming Programs

May 1, 2015 7:30am - 9:30am
The arrival of warblers is one of the most anticipated events of spring and a guided walk of Mount Auburn...
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School Programs


Bring your students to our Wildlife Sanctuary and experience our educational and fun nature-based programs. Learn More

Programs for Groups


Leading a Scout group, planning a birthday party, looking for an afterschool or other group program? We can help! Learn More