Hickory Trail Professional Review and Guide
"A beaver marsh and a mature deciduous forest with many shagbark hickory trees. The sanctuary was named originally after George Burrows, former conservation chairman of the Audubon Society of New Hampshire, who purchased the land in 1965. An old dirt town road borders the southern end of the sanctuary.
For the first 30 yards on the right, you see only a small section of the swamp, which extends into the sanctuary. Woodchucks, frogs, and woodpeckers are sighted here. Special Features: roadside swamp, pleasant old town dirt road, Shagbark hickories and other hardwoods, and quiet butterfly and bird watching."