MAS Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

Located just off SR 115 in Norfolk, MA, the 112 acre Massachusetts Audubon Society Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary is a great locale for observing marshland species. A boardwalk, with seating areas, crosses between Teal Marsh and Kingfisher Pond to a small island on which is located an observation platform overlooking the far reaches of the sanctuary. The combination of pond, marsh, wooded areas, and open fields draws a wide variety of species in most seasons. A small butterfly garden is also located near the Nature Center. As with most MAS facilities, there is a nominal admission fee for non-members.

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

DIRECTIONS:From I-495 - Take exit 15 (Rt 1A). Follow Rt 1A north for 4 miles to the intersection of Rt 1A and Rt 115 in Norfolk. Turn left and follow Rt 115 north for 1.5 miles and turn left onto North Street. The sanctuary is a few hundred feet ahead on the right.