Tag Archives: Lincoln Land Conservation Trust

Local Nature News from Gwyn Loud and Lincoln Land Conservation Trust

As many folks know, the Owl has a strong desire to annex the town of Lincoln for many reasons, including the wonderful open spaces, involved residents and community spirit. Unfortunately, the downside of their community spirit and involved residents is their extremely well-run Minute Men group, and the fact that they would say “live free or meet my musket.” So

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Morning Wildlife Reading: Gwyn Loud’s March Column (LLCT)

This morning I am listening to the morning calls of various brown and grey birds (I am SUPER good at bird-watching) after falling asleep last night to the sound of Stony Brook’s wetland peepers. In a few minutes, I will be leaving to walk the intrepid Katie Puppy in College Pond conservation woods where we will be serenaded by nuthatches

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