- Miller Bird Sanctuary
- Lake Street, Rehoboth, MA
- Trailhead: 41°49’13.42″N, 71°16’36.46″W
- Last Time Hiked: April 19, 2013
- Approximate distance hiked: 1 mile
A short and easy walk in a quiet neighborhood in Rehoboth. There is a small pull off on Lake Street just north of Winter Street where the trailhead is to park. I entered the sanctuary and immediately was greeted by a sign with a trail map. I opted to follow the red loop first which has a wooden bridge crossing a stream and wound through some heavily wooded areas. I came across another sign along this path that is quite interesting. It describes the type of footprints of various native animals. I then turned right onto the short white trail which looped back to the red trail where I turned right to finish the loop. After coming back and crossing the wooden bridge. I turned left and followed the blue trail to its end, turned around and came back. I then finished the hike making my way back to the car. I only saw a few ducks and chipmunks on this hike.