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Walking In A Water Wonderland

Family-friendly Nature Walk

Sat. Jun 1

09:00 am

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05:00 pm

35 acres

Open Event

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Take a walk through Gather New Havens Quinnipiac Meadows Eugene B. Fargeorge Nature Preserve. Located on the Quinnipiac River, this 35-acre preserve includes tidal wetlands, coastal forest and coastal grasslands. There are two loop trails on the preserve and a bird blind overlooking the salt marsh and river. Keep a look out for many birdhouses, osprey nesting platforms, and a bat box! Benches and platforms provide a great chance for bird watching!

Land Acknowledgement:
This site was the seasonal summer home of the Quinnipiac Tribal Nation.

Event Leader(s)

Karen Nelson

(203) 257-1907

karen@gathernewhaven.org

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Meeting Location Details

1040 Quinnipiac Ave. New Haven,

Access Information: Preserve entrance is near the Amtrak railroad bridge. Park in front of the gate and walk in through the pedestrian entrance on the left side of the gate, walk down the gravel road to find the entrance to the trails. Click here for further information: https://gathernewhaven.org/our-programs/preserves/

Click on the red map pin for the event address.

Families In The Park (Formerly Great Park Pursuit)

Leashed Dogs Permitted