Every full moon in October, November, and December, naturists from the Massachusetts Audubon Society—New England’s largest nature conservation group—lead a stroll through Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary, a four-mile loop of woodlands, salt marshes, and meadows. The group ends up at Sengekontacket Pond, where they observe the sights and sounds of the unspoiled landscape, occasionally spotting a barn owl or otter on the prowl. Show up for the next one on October 29, but plan on leaving the flashlight at home: the entire walk takes place under the moon’s glow.
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Published on Oct 12, 2012 as a web exclusive.