The Alewife Reservation is a unique urban wild and natural resource for Greater Boston. It is home to hundreds of species, including hawks, coyotes beavers, snapping turtles, wild turkeys, muskrats and over 90 bird species. There are paths for walking, running, biking, and recreation and a boardwalk runs through the wetlands, allowing visitors to observe plants, birds and animals without damaging the sensitive environment — or getting wet and muddy. (:
If you see trash, please clean it up or post information about it here. If you see dead animals, birds, etc., please post the information here.