Although most of the former cow pastures and hay and tobacco fields on this Mass Audubon site have returned to forest, the open landscape and glimpses of old foundations and rock walls harken back to Conway Hills’ agricultural past.

While the large field continues the agricultural tradition of the western hill towns, the forested areas of the sanctuary provide habitat for wildlife including black bear, fisher, coyote, moose, and bobcat. Mill River, just a small brook at this point, flows through the property and supports brook trout, stone flies, salamanders, frogs, dragonflies and other reptiles.

Route 116/South Deerfield Road, between Whately and Roaring Brook Roads
Conway, MA

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