After Exploring The Trails, Feed Hummingbirds At Dahl Wildlife Sanctuary In New Hampshire

The Dahl Wildlife Sanctuary is made up of 56 acres in the Conway region of New Hampshire. It’s a small sanctuary, but a mighty one, protecting important examples of  Silver Maple, Sugar Maple, and White Ash floodplain forest.

If you’re interested in low-impact recreation at a small but beautiful and well kept wildlife refuge, consider a trip to Dahl Wildlife Sanctuary in Conway, New Hampshire. Hummingbirds flock to the wildflowers here, be sure to check out our full guide to spotting hummingbirds in New Hampshire before your trip. You’ll also have the opportunity to stroll the landscape and spot other wildlife flourishing under the Audubon’s care.

Address: Dahl Wildlife Sanctuary, 1390 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway, NH 03860, USA