Below are the Massachusetts Wildlife Viewing sites found in the northeastern region of Massachusetts. These properties appear in the order in which they are listed in the Massachusetts Wildlife Viewing Guide. The properties listed are owned by a variety of entities: state and federal government, conservation organizations or utilities.

Northeast Wildlife Viewing Sites
Closest TownProperty NameOwnershipPhone
SalisburySalisbury Beach State ReservationMA Dept of Conservation & Recreation978/462-4481
NewburyportMaudslay State ParkMA Dept of Conservation & Recreation978/465-7223
NewburyportParker River National Wildlife RefugeUS Fish & Wildlife Service978/465-5753
RockportHalibut PointMA Dept of Conservation & Recreation978/546-2997
IpswichRichard T. Crane, Jr. Memorial ReservationThe Trustees of Reservations978/356-4351
TopsfieldIpswich River Wildlife SanctuaryMA Audubon Society978/887-9264
StowDelaney Wildlife Management AreaMA Division of Fisheries & Wildlife978/263-4347
SudburyGreat Meadows National Wildlife RefugeUS Fish & Wildlife Service978/443-4661
LincolnDrumlin Farm Wildlife SanctuaryMA Audubon Society781/259-2200
BostonBelle Isle Marsh ReservationMA Dept of Conservation & Recreation617/727-5350
BostonBoston Harbor Islands State ParkMA Dept of Conservation & Recreation617/727-5290
HinghamWorld's End ReservationThe Trustees of Reservations781/740-6665
Natick / SherbornBroadmoor Wildlife SanctuaryMA Audubon Society508/655-2296
MiltonBlue Hills Reservation &
Trailside Museum
MA Dept of Conservation & Recreation/MA Audubon SocietyDCR-617/698-1802
MAS-617/333-0690
SharonMoose Hill Wildlife SanctuaryMA Audubon Society781-784-5691
NorfolkBristol-Blake State Reservation & Stony Brook Wildlife SanctuaryMA Dept of Conservation & Recreation/MA Audubon SocietyDCR-508/528-3140
MAS-508/528-3140

Wildlife Viewing Guide

Though the Wildlife Viewing Guide is no longer in print, see the link to 67 state wildlife viewing sites and other Wildlife Viewing information. Some viewing sites are located at state wildlife lands, state parks or forests, or other federal lands or land holding conservation organizations.