Brian Willard Eastern Massachusetts National Refuge Complex Law Enforcement Manager(978)-443-4661 x13Brian_willard@fws.gov
Chris KellyEastern Massachusetts National Refuge ComplexLaw Enforcement(978)-443-4661 x30Chris_Kelly@fws.gov
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American woodcock live in wet thickets, moist woods, and brushy swamps. Ideal habitats feature young forest and abandoned farmland mixed with forest. In late summer, some woodcock roost on the ground at night in large openings among sparse, patchy vegetation.