On this Get Out! Nature Walk, volunteer naturalists Michael Boardman and Polly Frawley will lead a program on The Secrets of Spear!
Owned and managed by the town of Yarmouth, Spear Farm Estuary Preserve is a scenic 55 acre property with diverse habitats, ranging from stately oaks and pine forest to the open salt marshes of the Royal River estuary, and a small freshwater pond fringed by a marsh. The Preserve is known for its opportunities for birding and nature walks.
The event will occur rain or shine. There is no cost, and all ages are welcome to join in.
Get Out! Nature Walks are led by trained master naturalists and skilled volunteers. They occur on the fourth Wednesday of the month (unless indicated otherwise), rain, snow, or shine. Jointly offered by both the Chebeague & Cumberland Land TRust and the Royal River Conservation Trust, the walks take place at preserves in the towns of Chebeague Island, Cumberland, Yarmouth, North Yarmouth, Pownal, New Gloucester, Durham, and anywhere else we decide to roam. For specifics and updates, email us or check out the RRCT or CCLT Facebook pages.
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