On Friday, July 12 at 6:30 PM, Naromi Land Trust will hold its Annual Meeting at the Lake Mauweehoo Clubhouse. Bring the family, enjoy refreshments and hear from our keynote speaker, Eileen Fielding, PhD. Dr. Fielding is the Director of Audubon Sharon (a National Audubon Center) and Team Leader for Audubon’s Healthy Forest Initiative in CT, which West Briggs Hill Preserve has just joined! The Annual Meeting is free and open to the public.
Dr. Fielding will present on “The Birds in Your Woods: Who, Why, and How to Help Them”. Do you know whether your preserved woodland is supporting the species that you want it to? Forest wildlife communities change over time, as the forest matures and ages. Many of Connecticut’s forest bird species are in decline, but could be helped by proactive measures that we can do. This talk introduces a variety of forest birds, and describes forest management techniques that can benefit not only the birds, but other wildlife and the forest itself.
The evening will include a short business meeting.
The Clubhouse at Lake Mauweehoo is the intersection of Route 37 South and Leach Hollow Road. Contact Naromi's office at 860-354-0260 or naromi.org for more information.