Calendar of Programs and Events


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Spring 2016


Spring Walks at Great Meadows NWR/Concord

Sunday, March 20, 3-5 pm - Spring Equinox walk   
Sunday, April 17, 3-5 pm   Bring a jacket in case the sea breeze kicks up
Sunday, May 15, 3-5 pm

Any necessary rescheduling or other updates will be posted here.

Join Cherrie for walks among spring wildflowers, returning birds, mating reptiles, splashing fish, and all of the sensual splendor of this awakening season. Wear layers for comfort out on the Dike Trail.

Open to all ages.  No pre-registration required.

Donations will be gratefully accepted.

Led by local naturalist, Cherrie Corey

Co-sponsored with Friends of the Assabet River NWR

Please note:  Refuge headquarters waives the entrance fee for these walks.  However, I encourage everyone to consider purchasing a $12 annual pass to help support critical visitor service needs at Great Meadows - Concord.

Meet at the information kiosk at Great Meadows NWR in Concord.  Take Rte. 62 to Monsen Rd.  Follow Monsen Rd. and turn left into refuge driveway when road turns sharply right.  Follow refuge road to the parking lot at the end.

For questions or to be added to the emailing list for notice of these and impromptu evening walks, contact Cherrie at cherrie.corey@verizon.net or 978-760-1933.

CLCT Spring Walk - Upper Spencer Brook
Sunday, May 1, 1 pm

Concord Land Conservation Trust will host a walk to the "ravine" and old stone cattle run, following Spencer Brook through woods and around a large hay field looking for signs of spring.

Tailgate refreshments follow.  Park in the field opposite #107 Westford Road.


Richard Taylor Environmental Lecture - CLCT

Wednesday, May 4, 2016
7 pm refreshments, 7:30 lecture begins
Parish Hall, Trinitarian Congregational Church, 54 Walden St., Concord, MA

Scott Edwards - Professor of Zoology at Harvard University, Curator of Ornithology at Harvard's Museum of Comparative Zoology, and Concord resident - will speak about using genomics to study the conservation and evolution of birds.

Monthly Concord Conservation Coffees

First Tuesday @ month, 7:30 am from September - May
141 Keyes Rd., Concord, 1st Fl Meeting Rm.

Flora and fauna at Sleepy Hollow
Informal gathering and information exchange between town natural resources and other interested staff and board members and local environmental leaders, organizations, naturalists, and interested citizens.  Meeting usually lasts about an hour.  Bring your coffee mug, coffee and coffee cake available with donation.



 








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