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Scotland Brook

102 Acres
2 Miles of Trails
Landaff, NH

Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary is a 102-acre parcel with a diversity of habitats ranging from wet meadows and ponds to northern hardwood and conifer forests. A large variety of flora and fauna can be seen here, including beavers, moose, pileated woodpeckers, warblers, ferns, and wildflowers.

The sanctuary was established in 1984, when Gene Twaronite and Josie Kelleher donated the land of the Scotland School Environmental Center to New Hampshire Audubon. The Center, which was based in the old Scotland School building just down the road, offered programs to foster a greater awareness and appreciation of the White Mountain region.