Summer Marsh

As witnessed on OLLT's Swallow Cruise, at least 250,000 tree swallows gather in the sky before roosting in Goose Island at sunset.

New President:

At its 51st Annual meeting, the membership elected Michael J. Kiernan to be President. The Volunteer of the Year Award was given to Jon Lathrop and Anne Galliher, Co-Stewards of the John Lohmann Connecticut River Preserve.

 

Past scholarship winners:

Isabel Ritrovato 2015
Isabel Ritrovato 2014
Georgia Male 2013
Jill Hautaniemi 2011
Kevin Reidemeister 2010
Liia Koiv-Haus 2009
Emily Kearney 2008
Lee Richter 2007
Elizabeth Nyberg 2006

Calendar of Events


Sunday, March 24, 2019

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3:00 pm

Tick Talk: Blacklegged (“Deer” )
Tick Biology, Ecology and Avoidance!

Followed by OLLT Annual Meeting

Location: Lymes’ Senior Center
26 Town Woods Rd., Old Lyme

 

spacerGreen Darner Dragonfly

 

CT Bat Survival Program

The Connecticut DEP needs you to help monitor bats this summer. Learn about DEP's CT Bat Survival Program and how you can play a role in protecting these important members of our local ecosystem by clicking Here.

 

Sunday Trail Work Parties

The Trust holds monthly volunteer work parties to maintain the trails in our preserves and manage invasive plants. These are held on the third Sunday of the month at 1 PM. Wear boots, long pants and some type of glasses and bring heavy gloves. Bring tools if you can: e.g. small clippers, hand saw (for cutting tree limbs), loppers.

Contact us if you are interested in participating.

 

Tributaries

Once a year the Trust publishes a newsletter full of information about our properties and activities and the natural world. Contact us if you wish to supply content or help out.

To view the latest and past issues of Tributaries Click Here