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Program Update

This week the Wednesay morning bird walk will be headed to Napatree Point in Westerly. We will be able to use the parking lot at Misquimacut Swim Club.  That is the last parking lot next to the beach on Napatree Point. This walk can be difficult for some.  We will meet at 9:15am. Please bring water and sunscreen. We will meet at 9:15. 

 

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Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge

2082 Victory Highway, Coventry, Rhode Island

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The Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge contains diverse and high quality wildlife habitat consisting of upland forests, wetlands, streams, ponds and open meadow. The 11-acre Carr's Pond, situated entirely within the bounds of the property, is the centerpiece of the preserve. It is home to river otters as well as many types of freshwater fish and aquatic invertebrates.

The land is comprised of a relatively mature and undisturbed closed-canopy forest and forested wetlands as well as developed understory - creating ideal conditions for migratory and forest interior birds. A 10-acre field near the head of the trail also provides excellent meadow wildlife habitat.


Directions to Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge

 

 
Using the Trails

Permitted (and encouraged!):

  • Hiking on the trails
  • Observing & learning about wildlife
  • Photography
  • Bird watching
  • Enjoying the area's natural ambience and solitude

 

Not permitted are:

  • Motorized vehicles
  • Horses or bicycles
  • Dogs and other pets
  • Hunting, fishing, trapping
  • Picnicking or camping
  • Littering
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Collecting plants or other natural objects
  • Geo-caching or Letterboxing
 

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