Date: Sat June 3, 2017
Time: 10am -12pm
Place: Slawson Preserve Parking at 435 Hamburg Road, (Rte 156). Lyme CT.
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Join us for a walk at the Lyme Land Trust’s Slawson nature preserve with Lisa Wahle, the Bunny Lady, a biologist who works on young forest habitat restoration, and Mark LaCasse, Master Wildlife Conservationist and professional land manager of one of the abutting private lands, and Emery Gluck, who manages habitat restoration at Nehantic State Forest as part of CT DEEP Division of Forestry. We will see the on-going process to improve the land for the benefit of the threatened New England cottontail rabbit and more than 50 species of greatest conservation need including prairie warbler, ruffed grouse, indigo bunting, American woodcock, wood turtle, and blue spotted salamander. Interested residents can find more information about bunnies here.
Parking is available at 435 Hamburg Rd (Rte 156), Lyme, CT. Follow the dirt driveway to the parking area. We have permission to park at the end of this long private driveway for this special event only. No dogs please.
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