Gray fox and sun
David Brown
David Brown's Wildlife Services
12 Hotel Road
Warwick, MA 01378
Tel: 978 544 8175
E-mail:
info@dbwildlife.com
Quabbin Trails programs * Sponsored programs
Sponsored Programs
Winter-Spring 2016
Programs will be posted in this location as sponsoring organizations
request them. Check back frequently for additions.

Shrew trails on snow. Photo D. Brown
Shrew trails over snow.  Photo D. Brown
Red fox dig at cache. Photo
D. Brown

Winter Tracking at Iversen  New Date.
Saturday March 5 in Warwick MA. 1-3pm.
       In this walk we will explore the western part of the Mount Grace Land Trust property from
Gale Rd., Warwick, MA. The area contains a large remote wetland. About 2 miles will be
covered. Access is over a steep trail. Parallel park on Gale Road at the land trust trailhead.
This program is sponsored by the Mount Grace Land Trust. It is free but pre-registration is
required:
http://www.mountgrace.org/winter-tracking-aica-13016

Winter Tracking in Southborough.
Saturday, February 27, 1-3:30 pm.
       We will explore the Breakneck Hill Conservation Land which is
south of Rte 9 in Southborough. This property is an interesting mix
of pasture, bird-grassland, woods and wetland.  This program is
sponsored by the Southborough Open Space Preservation
Commission. It is free and open Southborough residents. No
registration is required.

Alewife Wildlife Walks
       Alewife Reservation is a small DCR park located in Cambridge, Belmont and Arlington, Massachusetts. In the past it has
been remarkable for the diversity wildlife found within its borders, despite its location in an area of mixed industrial, office
building and high-density suburban development. Over 90 species of birds have been observed here, and the mammal list
boasts deer, coyote, red and gray foxes, otters, beaver, muskrat, fisher and more. In recent years the greater eco-system in
which the reservation is embedded has been under development pressure, and last year a large part of it was cleared for a
condo development. This series of walks will help determine what wildlife persists in the greatly reduced habitats of the park
and its adjacent woodlands.
       The monthly 2-hour walks are sponsored by the Friends of Alewife Reservation. They are free and open to the public.
No reservations are required. Wear long pants and sleeves. The walks are suitable for adults and teens, 13 and up. Please
see the Friends website for times and other details:
www.friendsofalewifereservation.org.
Saturday, March 19
Saturday, April 16
Saturday, May 21
Saturday, June 18