Prospective volunteers are encouraged to contact Barry Parrish (email@example.com, 413-548-8002 x113). There are a number of opportunities at the refuge including invasive plant control, baseline inventories such as vernal pools, forest understory plants, and trail maintenance. Time commitments can range for a single day to long term, depending on area of interest and availability.
The Fells, now owners of the John Hay Estate adjacent to the refuge is the friends group. In addition to their own property, they provide information to refuge visitors and work with staff on issues of mutual interest (e.g. long-term parking options). More information is available on their website TheFells.org. They may be contact by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone 603-763-4789 for more information.
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Found in deciduous forest stands with a generally open forest floor of moist soils and decaying leaf litter. These birds will most likely be found north of Beech Brook and in the woods adjacent to Route 103A during the summer breeding season.