Can it be true? Is summer really almost over? What better way to celebrate the true arrival of fall than on a hayride through the Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary!
On Saturday evening, September 11 at 6 p.m. join Mass Audubon educators and volunteers on a sunset hayride at the Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary in a full celebration of the signs of fall! The sun’s light, reflected off the moon, will offer unusual opportunities for night-time wildlife viewing, including, possibly, birds of prey, deer and coyote. This program is ideal for kids and families. Goodies and beverages will be provided.
Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, located at the end of Winslow Cemetery Road in Marshfield, consists of more than 500 acres of woodlands, wetlands and reclaimed farmland, once home to one of America’s foremost statesmen, Daniel Webster. Pre-registration is required, and costs $6 for Mass Audubon members, and $9 for non-members. All are reminded to dress appropriately for the weather and to bring binoculars and bug spray (just in case)! For directions or more information, contact Amy Quist at 781-837-9400.