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4/24/2022 - Spring Bird Hike With Canton Land Trust on April 24

Spring Bird Hike With Canton Land Trust on April 24

Look for early migrating birds on this hike, led by Canton Land Trust Director and Roaring Brook Nature Center Director Jay Kaplan. Meet at 7 am April 24 in the parking lot of the Sun, Wind and Woodland property.

Birds that hikers might see include the hermit thrush, pine and yellow-rumped warblers, and blue-headed vireo.

Tick protection is recommended, and wear shoes suitable for mud. Bring binoculars if you have them. This hike is not geared toward young children, and please leave dogs at home. It will be canceled in case of rain. Check for a rain date. 

Directions: From Rt. 44 turn north on Indian Hill Road and follow for 1.4 miles to the end. Turn right on Breezy Hill Road and continue uphill about .5 miles, passing a red house on the left. Just past the red house, turn left into the unpaved parking area. Directions are also at:

The Canton Land Conservation Trust is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization formed in 1972 to acquire, preserve and protect land of scenic, natural or historic value within Canton; to maintain this land and its plant and animal life using the best conservation, wildlife habitat and forestry practices available; and to promote public awareness, understanding and enjoyment of the land. The Land Trust manages more than 2,000 acres in Canton.