Guided Walks:Sudbury's Conservation Areas

New! GUIDED WALKS: ENJOYING SUDBURY’S CONSERVATION AREAS

Instructed by Neela de Zoysa

Co-Sponsored by Sudbury Conservation Commission, Sudbury Valley Trustees & Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge


Join Neela for five socially distanced, outdoor guided walks. While wearing a face mask, enjoy vistas from Tippling Rock and Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, special “Desert” habitat in Memorial Forest, Hop Brook Conservation area, the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge and more. These include town-owned conservation lands, Sudbury Valley Trustees’ properties and US Fish and Wildlife managed Refuges. Forests, fields, ponds and streams, native plants and animals are a few of the highlights.  No dogs for these organized walks please, as they can be disruptive to the group. However, we invite you to return with your pets another time to town conservation lands and Sudbury Valley Trustees lands that allow pets. No dogs are allowed on National Wildlife Refuges. Due to social distancing, enrollment is limited to eight participants and face masks must be worn. Neela de Zoysa is a Sudbury resident with 35 years of natural resource conservation expertise. She is a Core Instructor for the Native Plant Trust (former New England Wildflower Society,) and member of Sudbury Valley Trustees’ Outreach Advisory Committee. Neela is a past Board member and Chair of Outreach for the Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge and former Research Associate of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.

10AM Class FILLED - No Waiting list


SESSION

DAY

DATES

TIME

LOCATION

FEE

1-FILLED!

FRI

10/16-11/13

10:00-11:30AM

Various

$49

2

FRI

10/16-11/13

12:30-2:00PM

Various

$49