Brewster's Woods Wildlife Sanctuary
- 130 Acres
Plan Your Visit
Brewster's Woods Wildlife Sanctuary is a 130-acre property located along the banks of the Concord River that was formerly part of the country homestead of William Brewster, an early leader in American ornithology and the first President of Mass Audubon.
- Foot travel only; please stay on trails (day passes are available for powered mobility devices)
- Dog walking and horseback riding are prohibited; please leave all animals and pets at home (service animals welcome)
- Camping, collecting, smoking, hunting, fishing, releasing of animals, and feeding wildlife is prohibited.
- Commercial photography needs prior approval; please see all photography guidelines.
Explore Brewster's Woods
This historic land was formerly part of the country homestead of William Brewster, a recognized leader in ornithology and first president of Mass Audubon.
Mass Audubon has embarked on a multi-year process to understand the ecological systems, mission-oriented opportunities, and community benefits that the property offers.
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