I am a volunteer with the Sudbury Valley Trustees. They work in three river basins outside of Boston: Sudbury, Concord and Assabet Rivers. They conserve the land and protect wildlife habitats. On most of their properties, there are trails for hikers and nature lovers to enjoy. I am the steward of one of these propers, Brues Woods, in Sudbury. It is a relatively small property, but it has a brook and wetlands. Mostly I maintain the trail and signage and report any problems. So far, the most interesting thing I’ve seen is a woodpecker.
I’ve decided to start a photographic record of an area of Brues Woods through the seasons. Each time I go I will take a photograph in the same spot and so the changing vegetation and wildlife will be seen. (If you’re in the area, I’m standing with my back to the nature trail #4.) Here is the first one:
January 7, 2016
March 9, 2016I was hoping to get a good picture of lots of snow, but the snow we got this year never lasted. Spring is right around the corner now.