Early Successional Forests & Birds Walk at Sleepy Hollow

About The Event

When: May 4th @ 8 AM (Rain Date May 5th @ 8 AM)

Where: Sleepy Hollow, Brimfield, MA

Cost: Free, RSVP Required

Join Forester and Opacum Director Scott Gerrish to learn more about how a forest recovers from a tornado and about the importance of young forests as bird habitat.

Sleepy Hollow has a nice seasonal brook and diverse surrounding wetland and is a unique property in our region with great potential. Learn about what Opacum Land Trust has in store for this property too! The walk will last about 2 hours and cover a distance of approximately 1 mile over terrain that is uneven and shrubby. Dress appropriately and check for ticks.

PLEASE RSVP as space is limited for the walk (20 people).

**An Important Note About Parking** – There is limited parking available at the property. This event will require carpooling from a nearby location. We will meet at 7:45 AM at St. Christopher Church, 20 Sturbridge Rd, Brimfield, MA. The carpool will leave promptly at 8:00 AM.

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