|David Brown's Wildlife Services
12 Hotel Road
Warwick, MA 01378
Tel: 978 544 8175
Programs will be posted in this location as sponsoring organizations
request them. Check back frequently for additions.
Alewife Wildlife Walks
This little DCR reservation in Cambridge, Arlington and
Belmont MA is an urban wonder for the wildlife it
harbors. Many species of birds and mammals normally
thought of as living in wilder places beyond the city use
the reservation as a refuge, despite its being imbedded
in a highly industrial, commercial and residential area.
Four two-hour walks are scheduled for this winter. The
route we will take is over a rough (and sometimes wet
and slippery) ground on either the north or south side
of the Little River so wear appropriate clothing and
Saturday, April 27, 8-10am. (New date)
These programs are sponsored by the Friends of
Alewife Reservation. They are free and open to the
public. No reservation is needed. For further
information about the park and for directions, see the
Friends website: www.friendsofalewifereservation.org.
Birds of Breakheart
Our annual Breakheart spring bird walk
will take place at this DCR reservation in
Saugus, MA. A mixed landscape of
hardwood forest, river, rock outcrop and
wetland insures a variety of bird species.
Dress for the weather and bring
binoculars if you have them. About a mile
will be walked, partly over rough trail.
Sunday, May 12, 9-11am.
Meet at the Dunn Visitor Center at the
end of Forest Street Saugus, off the
Lynn Fells Parkway near its terminus with
Rte. 1. This program is sponsored by the
MA Department of Conservation and
Recreation. It is free and open to the
public.For more info call Breakheart at
781 233 0834