This walk is co-sponsored by the Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust. We will focus on spring migrants that use the water of the Concord River and the trees of the Lowell Cemetery for food and shelter as they make their way to their northern breeding grounds and we will also look for birds that breed along this restored riparian habitat. This two-hour walk is suitable for beginners and those with limited mobility as the path is flat and paved. An R.S.V.P. to the Trust’s Jane Calvin would be appreciated but is not required: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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