July 13, 2019 10 – Noon, Skinner Forest
Meet at Lost Lake Drive/Duck Pond Entrance
Owl Eyes Wilderness Survival, is a “traveling” survival school and teaches the public of all ages wilderness survival skills. The group also donates 10% of class profits to wildlife rescue. In this workshop, you will learn from Tim Swanson how to forage for food in the wilderness. This adventure features what you can find and what you can eat in forest. Contact GCT trustee Holly Estes to reserve your space.
September 14, 2019
Eyes on Owls
We are excited to bring a barn-full of beautiful owls for you to view up close. The great folks of Eyes On Owls bring a variety of owls for you to see up close. Chances are you’ll meet New England’s tiniest owl, the Northern Saw-Whet Owl (weighing in at 4 ounces) along with the world’s largest owl, the Eurasian Eagle Owl (check out that five foot wingspan!). Other species that figure prominently in their program can include Eastern Screech Owl, Barred Owl, Barn Owl, Great-horned Owl, Snowy Owl and Spectacled Owl. Space is limited at the Williams Barn, so please sign up for this free event. This program is made possible with a grant from the Groton Commissioners of Trust Funds.
September 28, 2019
September 29, 2019
This nearly 10 mile hike through the conservation lands in Groton gives you a wilder look at our town, ending with beverages at one of the nicest houses on Main Street. Register with Mark Gerath for this adventure as space is limited. This is a moderate hike with hills. Groton Traverse Map