The Naturalist Quarterly

"Vote for a world where we love our neighbors across town, across the country, and across the world as much as we love the ones in our own backyards..."

Problem: The same pollution that has global impacts often has disproportionately harmful local impacts on low-income communities, communities of color, and indigenous communities.

Solution: Up Your Political IQ and Vote for Climate and Environmental Justice


Come visit Woodend Sanctuary!

Please note: Woodend’s vehicle entrances feature deer exclusion grates, which also preclude pedestrians and cyclists from crossing. All pedestrians and cyclists should enter Woodend through either the pedestrian entrance on Jones Mill Road to the right of the vehicle entrance or the pedestrian entrance on Brierly Road to the right of the vehicle entrance. Crossing the deer exclusion grates on foot or on a bicycle could result in injury.

Visit Woodend Sanctuary

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Come enjoy the serenity of our wildflower meadow, walk our meandering trails, visit our native plant garden, and explore the aquatic life of our pond. And don’t miss the wonderful selection in our Audubon Naturalist Shop.  

Admission is free. Trails are open daily dawn to dusk. Please leave your pets at home.