Total acreage protected from development under Land Trust auspices, either directly or through conservation easements, now exceeds 330 acres.
An illustrated talk by HLFM Director Pierce Rafferty.
Sunday, February 19, 2017. Time: 4 p.m.
Place: Museum’s 2nd Floor
Friday, November 25, 2016
2:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Meet at the Museum before proceeding to the Nature Trails
The empty nest in the OspreyCam screen capture from the morning of July 27, shows that the young osprey have taken flight!
The screen capture taken Friday, June 17, shows three young osprey being fed on the nest.
The Richard E. Riegel, Jr. Maritime Library, housed in the Tower Room, holds more than 500 maritime and nautical books and magazines, primarily from the library of the late Jerry Riegel, but supplemented by donations from the Burton G. Tremaine, Jr. family, Sandy Riegel, Tim Patterson, John Spofford, and others. Jerry’s widow Barbie, and her […]
APRIL 8 ~ Edwin spent the entire day along Latimer Brook in the Chesterfield section of Montville, CT. APRIL 9 ~ Edwin spent another morning along Latimer Brook in Chesterfield, then headed north to Bogue Brook Reservoir for the afternoon. In the early evening, he appeared to head south towards Lake Konomoc, but returned to […]
APRIL 6 ~ Edwin spent the very early hours between the Niantic River and Latimer Brook in East Lyme, CT. He then visited waterways all around the region starting with the Patagansett River, Bride Brook and Four Mile River near the southern shoreline, to Rogers Lake and Eight Mile River to the west in Lyme, […]
APRIL 2 ~ After a night near Tobaccolot Pond on Gardiners Island, Edwin made a loop to Long Island and back in the morning. While on Long Island, he visited the Springs East Harbor area and Napeague Bay, then returned to Gardiners Island mid-morning. Back on Gardiners, he briefly visited Great Pond to the south, […]