FARNWRFriends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge (est. 2000; Stow, MA)
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Comprised mainly of pine, oak and maple forests, 470 acres of wetlands that includes an Atlantic white cedar swamp and flat grassland, FARNWR has identified and documented 40 vernal pools, over 650 plant species, 135 bird species, 25 mammals, 17 reptile species and 19 species of fish.
According to Paul Boothroyd of the Maynard Historical Society and FARNWR, the refuge's various trails - currently labeled Trail A, E, G, H and so on - certainly have their histories.
This is a Retail Hawk nesting area," writes Boothroyd in a trail history piece on the FARNWR website.