Nahant Thicket is undergoing restoration work. Read More
At just four acres, Nahant Thicket is among Mass Audubon’s smallest wildlife sanctuaries. Yet it’s an inviting spot for hundreds of migrating songbirds such as warblers, vireos, and thrushes passing through each year.
Enjoy a short trail that winds through “the Thicket”: a tiny patch of red maple swamp, brushy tangles, and a traversing stream.