Wetlands are a hotbed of activity in mid-June and this program will focus specifically on the amphibians and reptiles that make ponds and streams their home. Join the Essex County Greenbelt Association to look for nesting turtles, tadpoles, and snakes that may be patrolling the shoreline. Families will learn the key differences between reptiles and amphibians, and hopefully will begin to be able to identify specific species.
- Program Limited to Maximum of 20 people.
- Recommended ages are 6 and older.
Directions & Parking
- From Route 95:
- Take exit 54 east toward Rowley on Route 133. Proceed 0.9 mile on Route 133. The driveway to the Ewell Reservation is on the left.
- From Rowley:
- From the intersection of Routes 1 and 133, head west on Route 133 for 1.9 miles. The driveway to the Ewell Reservation is on the right, between the "133" and "slow children" signs.