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Charles Whitney Trail


The Charles Whitney Trail is known for its foray into Cambridge's swamp area. The trail's interpretive signage will facilitate your path through this virant melange of branze, sand, and chestnut colors. Along with this unique flora is a plethora of birds that frequently make themselves easily admired.

These birds, including blue jays, nuthatches, red-winged blackbirds, woodpeckers, and the eternally friendly chickadee, are most numerous at the trailhead. Bringing along a bag of birdseed will likely make you attractive to the chickadees. They are known to feed out of the hands of those that can stay still, continually endearing themselves to the hikers of Charles Whitney Trail.

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