This is a 17 acre parcel consisting of wetlands and woodland growth. It comprises a portion of the headwater region of the Woonasquatucket River. This parcel is just west of the Mattity Road / Black Plain Road intersection. Protecting the headwaters of the river helps ensure that the water stays pristine downstream. The pond is a great place to see birds and animals of all types. Walkers, hikers and birders are welcome to explore, but be forewarned – the property is very muddy and as a result has no formal trail. Blueberry bushes and cedar trees are found on the property, and hawks, deer, coyotes, wild turkeys, and river otters can be found. The land was generously donated by Arthur and Roberta Bourgeois in 2000.