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The visitors’ center has an exhibit and lecture room, winter bird feeding station, interpretive displays, hands-on exhibits, and a gift shop, the proceeds of which benefit the Sanctuary. There is a self-guiding trail system that winds through the 14 acres of land. Much of the acreage is second-growth woods (mostly oak, maple, ash, and beech); and small stands of planted evergreens. The trails are open during Sanctuary hours. As this is a wildlife sanctuary, all plants and animals are protected — they may not be harmed, harassed or removed. While you are here please visit the Center, walk the trails, and browse through the gift/book shop.

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