Suffield Land Conservancy’s Annual Spring Programs are a wonderful opportunity to connect with the outdoors, discover wildflowers, explore the forests, and uncover different species of birds that are right in your very own backyards. Open to the public, please join us for each of these outdoor adventures with your friends and family members. We will update our Facebook page if changes in dates or times need to occur.
The annual Wildflower Hike will be held on Sunday, April 26 at 2 p.m., rain or shine. Please meet at Sunrise Park, where we will gather at the pavilion. Come discover over 30 beautiful spring wildflowers. Make sure to wear heavy walking shoes or boots, and you may wish to use bug spray.
Our annual Bird Watching Hike will be held on Saturday, May 16 at 8 a.m., rain or shine. The location of our new property is on the east side of South Grand Street near the Easy Granby line (no sign for the town change) between houses at 1324 and 1466, where there will be a temporary sign marking the area for the walk. Drive down a short access road where you will find a place to park off the road. Come with your bird book, field glasses, walking shoes and bug spray.
The annual CT Trail Day Hike will be held on Saturday, June 6 10 a.m., rain or shine. Please meet at the Intersection of Phelps and Mountain Road. Explore our very own trails on this beginner two-mile hike. With a nice view of Springfield, possible pink lady slippers, and a fair number of birds, this is the perfect opportunity to uncover one of the wonderful trails our town has to offer.