Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary
Known for its extensive boardwalk system that goes through forest, fields, and wetlands, Stony Brook offers up-close views of wildlife above and under the water. Located adjacent to the 140-acre Bristol Blake State Reservation and cooperatively managed with the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), this former 18th-century mill site now supports native wildlife. Read More
Sanctuary News & Events
By the late 1740s, beavers had been virtually eradicated from Massachusetts—now we "do battle" with them most every day! The process has provided some great teaching moments as well as a perfect opportunity for visitors to take a closer look at the impact these industrious and clever creatures can have on their habitat.
Come on an exciting walk this winter through the woods using this unique Native American invention! Beginners and experts welcome.
Get the latest information on the closure of the boardwalk at Bristol Blake State Reservation (connected to Mass Audubon’s Stony Brook). Updates will be posted as they come in, so check back often. Updated October 26.