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Sharon Audubon Center

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On the Road Again wrote a review Oct. 2019
64 contributions11 helpful votes
We visited the Audubon Center in Sharon on a chilly morning. There is a small gift shop & museum with live animals (turtles & birds) on display. We hiked the Bog Meadow trail, which took us to two bogs & beautiful views. A well-named trail, as it was a little wet & muddy. Also, some parts of the trail had a lot of rocks & roots. Donations are gladly accepted.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Steve K wrote a review Sep. 2019
Boston, Massachusetts930 contributions214 helpful votes
The nature center building(s) house a few exhibits of birds, snakes, and turtles. But the real attraction at this facility is the collection of raptor enclosures, containing an adult bald eagle, red-tailed and red-shouldered hawks, a peregrine falcon and a kestrel. Each bird (or pair) has it own enclosure and one can be very close to these beautiful birds of prey. Definitely worth a stop if you are in the area.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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lubger wrote a review Mar. 2019
New York City, New York388 contributions158 helpful votes
This is a little discovery center that is comprised of a small natural museum collection, a small gift shop, a sugar bush, a sugar mill producing maple syrup, an aviary and several hiking trails. We came specifically for the sugaring experience - and had a nice excursion through the woods, with knowledgeable volunteers explaining every aspect of making syrup our of maple sap. We visited the sugar mill to see the evaporation process, and even followed in the steps of early Indians who invented the sugaring (if only by accident), with live demonstration of how that happened! The aviary is well-tended to and provides shelter to a number of beautiful raptors, all of whom have been taken in as rescue birds and are recovering from injuries. In the museum itself, there's a nice quiet observation room with panoramic windows where you can sit, sip coffee and (if you are patient enough) observe various species of birds flying in for feeders.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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510reviews wrote a review Oct. 2018
Sharon, Connecticut5 contributions3 helpful votes
Great day trip. Past years we have gone to the night walk around Halloween time. Great time for the kids
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Lisa P wrote a review Sep. 2018
15 contributions3 helpful votes
My adult children sponsored a barred owl for my birthday gift so we went this weekend to see her. We had such a wonderful afternoon visiting! The grounds are gorgeous and immaculate. The birds were fun to see and close enough that you could really get a good look at them. I loved seeing the owl and I enjoyed the vulture! There was a beautiful lake and some waterfalls and several well kept trails through the woods. The indoor museum was very nice and informational. I would absolutely recommend visiting here no matter how old you are. I can't wait to go again!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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