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Great destination for birding enthusiasts, plus the public is welcome to attend several of the nature programs offered throughout the year.
Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary Professional Review and Guide
"Great destination for birding enthusiasts, plus the public is welcome to attend several of the nature programs offered throughout the year."
--Tammy York, 60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Cincinnati (Menasha Ridge Press).
More Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary Professional Reviews and Guides
"With 6.5 miles of trails on more than 700 acres, the Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary is an outstanding, and yet often overlooked, hiking destination. The property is owned and managed by the Indiana Audubon Society, but the trails are open to the public. Mary Gray’s fourteen trails encompass a variety of ecosystems, from prairie to wetlands to towering mature woods, all on a gently rolling landscape of ridges and ravines."
--Nick Werner, Best Hikes Near Indianapolis (Falcon Guides).
"Thank the Indiana Audubon Society for this hike. It takes place on property owned and operated by this nature-oriented philanthropic outfit. The sanctuary is located amid picturesque woodland, field, and pond.
Trails have been developed, allowing you to visit all the streams, hills, and hollows at this great wildflower destination. As you may imagine, it is even better for birding."
--Johnny Molloy, Best Hikes Cincinnati (Falcon Guides).
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