A sure harbinger of spring, this fascinating little bird puts on a riveting mating display at dusk. As long as the weather and temperature cooperate, we should hear & see them in action. Fee: $5 CAS members; $10 non-members.
Search for and document track and sign of large mammals such as fisher, river otter, black bear, and bobcat. Become a trained volunteer and monitor study sites in Willington, Canterbury, Woodstock and Bethany on a quarterly basis. Attend training hikes that suit your schedule throughout the seasons. Registration is required, call 860-928-4948 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Training fee per hike: $50 CAS members; $60 non-members.
An introduction to nature for children ages 3-5 and their favorite adult. Discover the wonders of nature through stories, a nature lesson, and a craft to do together.
Spiders Spin Webs
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
10 – 11 a.m.
Learn about spiders and the webs they weave. Use your detective skills to uncover the differences between spiders and insects and how spiders help our environment.
Members $8/class; non-members $10/class. Additional siblings, $5/class.
Pre-registration required. Please call: 203-878-7440.
Join Deirdra Wallin, program coordinator and master naturalist for some fresh air and an opportunity to stretch your legs while we explore some different trails at Deer Pond Farm. We’ll be looking and listening for signs of birds and other wildlife while we keep a consistent pace through forests, meadows and around wetlands. Please bring water and hiking pole. Handmade poles from our property available to borrow if you need.