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The History of Our Preserved Landscape. Using the well placed maps along the trails, and the Explorer app, it is easy to make the connections to the several side loops. Pets are permitted dog on leash.
Look at this sweet little Eastern Bluebird. Avalonia has over 3, forested acres, providing. This i.
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There are the usual small and mid-sized forest mammals as well as rare sightings of bear or bobcats. Register Now. Donate. Located 0.
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Several interconnected loop trails totaling approximately 1. East side of North Anguilla Road. Each trail offers unique sights, such as the old home and barn foundations, stone wall enclosed paddocks for animals and several large free standing rock piles of uncertain age and origin.
There is a great deal of local lore associated with this land. Throughout the mixed forest, you can expect to see birds of various types: typical forest nesters, woodpeckers, migrating warblers and an occasional owl. This moderate difficulty trail network is sure to inspire and raise curiosity. There are rock ledges, glacial erratics and, on the gray trail, a small cemetery with some hetones dating to the early s.
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Northern boundary is Stonington-North Stonington town line. The trail head is located on the east side of North Anguilla Road in Stonington, just south of the North Stonington town line.
Follow on Instagram. The blue trail he north through a wetland and off the property but you should follow the trail west down the utility line wet meadow areas. The trail follows a historic path lined by old stone walls, rock piles of varying sizes and interesting wall formations hinting at past use.
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The white and gray trails are easily followed though the blazes may be hard to spot in areas. Mission: We preserve natural habitats in southeastern Connecticut by acquiring and protecting lands, and communicating the value of these irreplaceable resources.
Photo by Beth Sullivan avalonia aval. Former farmland and homestead with old walls, stone cairns, foundations and an old cemetery.