Below are the Massachusetts Wildlife Viewing sites found in the western 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.

Western Region Wildlife Viewing Sites
Closest TownProperty NameOwnershipPhone
Monroe Monroe State Forest & Bear Swamp Station Visitor CenterMA Dept. of Conservation & Recreation,
Trans Canada
DCR-413/339-5504
Charlemont Mohawk Trail State Forest MA Dept. of Conservation & Recreation413/339-5504
Williamstown Mount Greylock State Reservation MA Dept. of Conservation & Recreation413/499-4262
Windsor Eugene D. Moran Wildlife Management Area pdf format of eugene-moran-wma.pdf
MA Division of Fisheries & Wildlife413/447-9789
Lenox Darey Housatonic Valley Wildlife Management Area pdf format of george_darey_housatonic_wma.pdf
MA Division of Fisheries & Wildlife413/447-9789
LenoxPleasant Valley Wildlife SanctuaryMA Audubon Society413/637-0320
Worthington Hiram H. Fox Wildlife Management Area pdf format of hiram-h-fox-wma.pdf
MA Division of Fisheries & Wildlife413/447-9789
HuntingtonKnightville Dam & Wildlife Management Area pdf format of knightville-dam-wma.pdf
US Army Corps of Engineers
MA Division of Fisheries & Wildlife
USACE-413/667-3430
DFW-413/447-9789
Stockbridge Monument Mountain The Trustees of Reservations413/298-3239
Sheffield Bartholomew's Cobble The Trustees of Reservations413/229-8600

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.