National Parks / Natural World

Norman Bird Sanctuary Middletown

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Norman Bird Sanctuary
583 Third Beach Road
Middletown
RI
02842
Tel: 401 846 2577

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Norman Bird Sanctuary constitutes the largest area of preserved open space in Newport County. A wildlife refuge, NBS encompasses over 300 acres and 7 miles of trails that wind through a diversity of habitats.
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    My family has been going there for years. The hikes are nice and enjoyable. Overall it is a very enjoyable place to spend a morning or afternoon. An excellent place to see many birds. I was recently startled by a large wild turkey flying from tree to tree.

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    Always have a great time walking at Norman!

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    A great place for a walk: awesome hiking trails, wildlife, and nature.

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    I have ever seen. They got the name wrong, but it should be called "Mosquito sanctuary". There is a tiny sign at the counter that says no refunds for mosquitos.. I thought it was a joke.. When we got on the trail our skin was covered in mosquitos.. We went back and bought some bug spray.. Our clothes stink and it didn't even work.. Don't go there its a rip off. I lost 30 bucks. You would expect mosquitos only at night, during the day they all come here.

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