Happening on April 9, 2017 - April 9, 2017
Come have some fun and enjoy an interactive afternoon learning about vernal pools! Join us as we search for different egg masses and organisms that can be found in the pools at the Tompson Street Reservation in Gloucester. This monthly walk will be in partnership with the Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team, led by Rick Roth. We will meet at the Jacob Cemetery parking lot, on Fernald Street in West Gloucester. FREE.
When: April 9th, 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Where: Tompson Street Reservation, Gloucester
This will be a family-friendly event and interactive walk perfect for children and adults of all ages! The group will walk about a half-mile into the Tompson Street Reservation to a large vernal poool. Once at the vernal pool, you will be able to venture around the edges and look for a variety of fascinating egg masses under Rick's direction.
Rick will inform the group about the species of egg masses and organisms found, as well as some of their natural information.
The Tompson Street Reservation is the largest property within the Greenbelt Reservation system, and consists of vernal pools, woodlands and many old wagon trails, which offer perfect locations to witness vernal pool life up close.
For parking information and directions click here.