is a 1,037 acre sanctuary located in the southeastern corner of Columbia County. It provides habitat for many bird species, such as Mallards, Wood Ducks, Great Blue Herons, Red-winged Black Birds, Tree Swallows, and Hummingbirds. It is also habitat for White-tailed Deer, Coyotes, Bobcats and Black Bears. The Rheinstrom Hill Wildlife Sanctuary is a great place for birding, nature walks and hiking. Hundreds of visitors enjoy the beauty of Rheinstrom Hill Audubon Center each year. To visit, please contact David Wheeler, Sanctuary Warden, at (518) 325-5203.
Directions to Rheinstrom Hill. From the Taconic Parkway exit at Route 23. Proceed east approximately 4½ miles to Craryville. Turn right on County Route 7. Proceed approximately 1½ miles to Cambridge Road. Turn left. Continue on Cambridge Road to the Sanctuary entrance. Proceed up the hill to the marked parking area on the right.