Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary is a place for everyone, protecting the habitats, wildlife, and spectacular views for which Martha’s Vineyard is renowned. Four miles of trails through woodlands, meadows, ponds, salt marsh, and along shorelines allow for exploration, discovery, and quiet contemplation. Read More
Hours: Monday–Saturday, 9 am–4 pm; Sunday 10 am–2 pm
Trails: Daily, Dawn to Dusk
Sanctuary News & Events
Different species have different ways of surviving a Martha’s Vineyard winter. Bears are probably the most well-known of the hibernators, though not island residents, so let’s take a look at some of the lesser known island residents and the interesting ways they hibernate.
Shorebird monitor Emily Saber talks about Mass Audubon's Coastal Waterbird Program and the interns and volunteers who work tirelessly to help monitor local shorebird populations.
A new salt marsh restoration project is using all-natural materials to protect and restore the imperiled shoreline at Felix Neck.
Looking for a place to have an exciting and memorable birthday? We offer birthday parties with fun outdoor activities led by a naturalist. Learn More
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Membership benefits include free admission to all of our wildlife sanctuaries across the state, plus discounts on programs and shop purchases.