Four natural history programs are scheduled in Salisbury in June and July as part of a series of events to celebrate our 250th birthday. For details, visit http://conservation.townofsalisbury.org/?page_id=1491. All programs are free and open to the public, no registration is required.
Posts Tagged ‘Town Forest’
I was asked to write a chapter for a book about the scientific application of Gigapans, high-resolution images made by stitching together many normal digital photographs. I am not sure if anything will come of the book idea, but you can see my chapter here, which describes the diverse environments of the Salisbury Municipal [...]
Galen and I made a nice loop in the town forest yesterday (April 13), checking out the sites east of Upper Plains Road. We found two more clusters of wood frog egg masses in the high vernal pool, one with seven masses and one with three. These had been deposited since my visit on April 7. [...]
Spring Hike – Old Trees, New Leaves, Early Flowers: The Ecology of Spring in the Salisbury Town Forest
Join ecologist Chris Fastie on a hike through the eastern reaches of the Salisbury Municipal Forest. Click HERE for all the details.
Date: Saturday, May 8, 2010
Time: 9:00-12:00 noon
Where to meet: The Salisbury Town Forest, Upper Plains Road [...]
Jim Andrews leads a winter walk in the town forest in February, 2010.
February 20, 2010 was a bright day in the Salisbury Town Forest for Jim Andrews’ winter ecology walk. Almost 30 people joined us for a loop across some densely wooded kame terraces. There were just a few inches of old [...]
A new suite of pages has been added to this website to highlight gigapan panoramas taken in Salisbury (click here). These high-resolution panoramic photographs can be explored by us and by the world to find details about the environments and communities of Salisbury. The new pages present maps and text with the gigapans [...]
The Conservation Commission will be at the Salisbury Landfill on Upper Plains Road from 8 AM to 1 PM on two consecutive Saturdays: October 17 and 24. We will have some educational displays and handouts, and lots of information about the upcoming process of developing a management plan for the 132 acre Town Forest which [...]