Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

View of rookery and woods at Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

Named for Tracy Brook, a stream that has been impacted by industrious beavers for more than 50 years, Tracy Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Richmond is wetland surrounded by woodlands. Simon Tracy and his family, some of the earliest local settlers of Yokuntown (now incorporated as Richmond) operated a sawmill along the brook.

LocationSwamp Road, Richmond, MA 
Hours: Open daily, dawn to dusk (limited parking, please use caution)

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