Invite a friend
On Saturday, June 30, at 9:00 am, the Attleboro Land Trust will conduct a guided walk at the Anthony Lawrence Wildlife Preserve. This will be a short half-mile loop walk with views of the Seven Mile River as it winds through a marshy floodplain before eventually joining with the Ten Mile River.
The purpose of the walk is twofold: first, to acquaint the public with this pristine conservation area and, second, to reach out to members of the public who might be interested in volunteering to help the Attleboro Land Trust maintain this and other conservation areas in the city.
The walk will start at the end of Hope Avenue, off Newport Avenue across from the South Attleboro American Legion.
In case of rain, check our website for alternate date.
|Where||Anthony Lawrence Wildlife Preserve Newport Ave & Hope Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:00 am–10:00 am|
More About Anthony Lawrence Wildlife Preserve
The Anthony Lawrence Wildlife Preserve is a Conservation area owned and managed by the Attleboro Land Trust. The land is accessible from the end of Hope Avenue. Most of the preserve is made up of wetlands and takes up about 48 acres of land. Many species of birds, including osprey, call this land home. The Seven Mile River runs directly through this land. A loop trail on the land begins at the end of Hope Avenue.