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PUPPET SHOW: “TURTLE’S NEW HOME, A STORY ABOUT FRIENDS AND A WETLAND HABITAT”
“Blanding” the turtle is in search of a new, safe wetland habitat. The little pond where she has lived for forty years is no longer safe! A road has been built between her pond and the sandy hill where she goes every spring to lay her eggs. Blanding knows what happens when a turtle tries to cross a road! When she meets young Castor the Beaver, who is eager to build a dam and create a new pond, she sees that her problems might be solved! We also meet her friend the Blue Spotted Salamander as well as a little boy named Edward and his nature-loving babysitter Rachel, who teaches him how to look closely at nature for signs of animals and their activities.
Members: $5 pp, maximum $15 per family; Non-Members, $10pp, maximum: $20 per family. Limited to 30 people (children age 3 and up, with parent)
Pre-registration required for these programs. Visit www.svtweb.org or call 978-443-5588.
Wolbach Farm is great to visit any day of the year. We welcome you to enjoy the trails for walking, skiing, snowshoeing, nature study, photography, or other fun activities.
The main loop is ¾ mile, with a short inner loop. Then visit the Nature Nook on the porch attached to the main building. There you can further explore local plants and wildlife with crafts, games, seasonal displays, and books.
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Sudbury Valley Trustees is a regional land trust that conserves land and protects wildlife habitat in the Concord, Assabet, and Sudbury river basin for the benefit of present and future generations.
Further information on other outings and SVT properties are available on SVT’s website at www.svtweb.org.
More About Sudbury Valley Trustees
Sudbury Valley Trustees is a conservation organization that protects wildlife, native plants and land. They promote outdoor recreation and educate the public in the values of conservation.
Other events here
- Spring Discovery Weekly on Wednesdays, 10:00 pm–11:30 am