More than 20 miles of trails wind through
the natural areas of the Sanctuary. Along the trails you'll
find observation points, meditation areas and wilderness parks,
as well as small recreation areas. The
Camp and John James Audubon Lodge, including the boating center,
are also accessible from the trail system.
While hiking or walking the
trails, you're likely to encounter some of the abundant wildlife
in the community. Herons, red-tail hawks and owls are among the
many bird species that frequent the area, while raccoons, foxes,
turtles and river otters are just some of the land creatures
that have been seen along the waterfront. Field notes taken during
an early visit by the site team noted sites of osprey nests,
large populations of waterfowl, and beaver activity.