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Inexpensive parking. Beach parking. Park filled qlwith deer, Turkey, chipmunks, and a variety of birds. Known for the birds to fly into your hands and eat. Be sure to bring birdseed. Chipmunks crawled onto my hand as no ate as well. Small park with walking...More
Hubby and I stopped here quite on the whim; it wasn’t planned. I am so glad we did. We saw multiple deer, rabbits, wild turkeys, all kinds of songbirds, nesting swans and nesting ospreys and more. The walk through the forest to the beach is...More
This is a lovely place to visit so my review is not to ding the refuge, however we stayed on main wide path to the beach and several of us ( adults) had ticks. Seriously, I had lone star ticks from this place. So please...More
We visit the Morton preserve several times a year. It is one of my favorite places on the South Fork of LI. There are short walks through woods filled with birds and wild turkeys! As others have noted, if you hold out bird seed, chickadees,...More
This may be my all time favorite place to go in Sag Harbor. Walking along the trails here and the preserve feeding the birds is a most rewarding experience. If you are a "nature nut" then I highly recommend this visit.
Very nice place! Very overrun with ticks. Be prepared before hand. There's a short walk through woods that leads out to a beach. Very pretty. Have seen wild turkeys! Birds eat right out of your hand. Chipmunks also enjoy a snack. Be aware of what...More
What a great way to spend the day! Beautiful preserve, lovely trails with a variety of wildlife and birds tame enough to eat out of your hands if your patient and bring your own seed. Looking forward to returning in warmer weather to spend more...More
This preserve is, perhaps, best fondly known for visitors hand-feeding wild birds (which you are not supposed to do). Beyond the illicit bird-feeding, the refuge has lovely, well-maintained trails, one of which leads down to a beach, where (season permitting) a stroll along the shore...More
The trails are not paved, but they are wide enough to accommodate a wheel chair. The restroom facility does have a handicapped Accessible bathroom. ( A wide stall) but you might need assistance getting the first door... More
The trails are not paved, but they are wide enough to accommodate a wheel chair. The restroom facility does have a handicapped Accessible bathroom. ( A wide stall) but you might need assistance getting the first door open.
You don’t have to travel far to find the wildlife, especially the little birds. I have often seen even turkeys in the parking lot.