Wildflower Walk with the Conservation Commission and Nashoba Conservation Trust
Saturday, April 15, 2017
The Conservation Commission and the Nashoba Conservation Trust co-hosted a Wildflower walk on Pepperell Springs Conservation Area with Ecologist Pat Rice. Pat Rice, an ecologist on the Conservation Commission, and other wild flower enthusiasts spent about an hour on a short wild flower walk at Pepperell Springs Conservation area.
The Pepperell Conservation Commission and Nashoba Conservation Trust held Breakfast with the Birds on Saturday, May 10 at 6 AM at the Heald Street Orchard. It was slightly misty but we were still able to see a great variety of birds. Many thanks to new Board Member Michael Veit for leading an informative and enjoyable walk!
|Heald Orchard, 5/6/14|
|Blackbird, Red-winged||Crow, American|
|Cardinal, Northern||Sparrow, House (English)|
|Catbird, Gray||Thrush, Wood|
|Chickadee, Black-capped||Warble, Nashville|
|Warbler, Northern Parula|
|Total: 23||Total 6|
|Grand total: 29|
Annual Meeting – Nashoba Conservation Trust held its annual meeting on Monday, April 28. NCT President Ken Hartlage led the discussion, which included an accompanying power point presentation.Topics covered were a ‘Year in Review’ of 2013, ongoing current projects as well as upcoming events, and a review of the Tennessee Gas Pipeline proposed expansion. Officer elections were held as well. You can see the slides of the presentation here – NCT 2014 Annual Meeting