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Endicott Wildlife Sanctuary, Wenham

Trails at Endicott

The 0.5-mile-long Ellice Endicott Trail passes through a mixed forest, provides a view of an interesting wet meadow, and climbs through a hemlock ravine before looping back to the trailhead.

Along the way, you may hear or see numerous animals that call the wildlife sanctuary home, such as Great Horned Owls, Pileated Woodpeckers, Ovenbirds, Wood Thrushes, Red-tailed Hawks, White-tailed Deer, and Gray Foxes.

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Digital Trail Map

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Trail Description

Elise Endicott Trail 

Distance: 0.5 miles

Trail passes through a mixed deciduous forest that provides views into a wet meadow from a newly built viewing platform and climbs through a hemlock ravine before looping back to the trailhead.