Diba Khan-Bureau Ph.D. will lead. Diba is Program Coordinator for the Environmental Engineering Technology Program at Three Rivers Community College and a research scientist at UCONN. A number of her students from the Environmental Engineering Technology program will be there to help the participants find “Spring Peepers” and other creatures. This adventure is extremely popular with families and for children of all ages. No rain date, remember amphibians love the rain! Please call 859-3520 for more information.
Spring Birds of Salem
POSTPONED BECAUSE OF RAIN TO
Sunday May 8, 7:30 A.M., The Mumford Farm, 3 Darling Rd., Salem CT
Please join David Bingham for the Annual Salem Spring Bird Count. The birds that nest in Salem will have returned and all Salem residents and friends are invited to come and enjoy a wonderful walk with nature at its most colorful. Rain Date May 8th.
R.S.V.P. required: Lschroeder@snet.net or 960-859-3520
Limited to 10 participants.
Owls Among Us! An Owl Meet & Greet!
Freedom First Wildlife Rehab, Inc.
Saturday May 21, 1-3 PM, Gardner Lake Fire House
429 Old Colchester Rd. (Rt. 354), Salem, CT
Sponsored by the Town of Salem Recreation Commission
and the Salem Land Trust
Salem Memorial Day Parade
May 30th, 10:00 AM
The Salem Land Trust always has a table on the Salem Green for the Memorial Day Service and parade. Please stop by to say hello.
Join the Salem Land Trust, stewards of the Walden Preserve for The Nature Conservancy, as we hike through diverse habitat across this popular 400-acre property which includes meadows, woodlands, and wetlands. The preserve includes the confluence of Harris Brook and the East Branch of the Eightmile River – a Wild and Scenic River. Beaver activity may affect route choice. Salem Land Trust Board member, Kyle Gregoire, will lead. Rain Date June 5, 2022
Richard Chyinski will show hikers the amazing varieties of butterflies that live and migrate through the Walden Preserve. These Butterfly Walks are very popular with children. Rich has a technique that allows him to safely “catch” these delicate creatures; keep them in hand for the children (and adults!) to study, and then let them fly free. Call 860-859-3520 for more information.