Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

Bloodroot flowers blooming in spring at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
Bloodroot flowers

Spanning Easthampton and Northampton, Arcadia’s diverse terrain of forest, meadows, grasslands, marsh, and wetlands attracts an extraordinary variety of wildlife. You'll also find a thriving population of wildflowers thanks to its rich, loamy soil—a characteristic of the Connecticut River floodplain. Please leave dogs and other pets at home.

Location: 127 Combs Road, Easthampton, MA 01027
Phone: 413-584-3009
Hours: Trails open daily, dawn to dusk; Nature Center & restrooms open Saturdays, 9 am-1 pm

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Seasonal Family Fun - LP promo for sanctuaries

Earth Month • April 1–30

Spring Peeper resting in the center of a yellow flower © Mary Martin
Spring Peeper © Mary Martin

We're celebrating with classes for all ages, activities, & vacation week programs statewide! Join the fun >

Birding

Spectacular Spring & Summer Birds

Tree Swallows in midair © Kimberly Komers
Tree Swallows © Kimberly Komers

We offer a wide variety of birding classes and outings for all experience levels! Go birding >

Sanctuary News & Events

Mass Audubon Bird-a-thon 2021 promo ad with illustrated birds

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

Mass Audubon's biggest annual fundraising event is back, and the West Sanctuaries Team is in it to win it! You can support Arcadia and Pleasant Valley by making a donation and/or joining our team to help us fundraise, spot birds, and collect points. Everyone is welcome!

Dave McLain with group from Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

For almost 30 years, Conservation Caretaker Dave McLain has been involved with our conservation work at Arcadia and around the Valley. We're so grateful for his decades of ecological work and wish him well!

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