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WINTER WILDLIFE PROWL

          Explore the snowy grass rides in search of over wintering owls. Discover tracks and signs of our wild winter residents. Learn how local plants and animals adapt to life in the cold.  Saturday, February 7 | 9:30 – 11:30am

          The Trustees of Reservations invites adults, families and youth to join us at Appleton Farms this winter for our exciting Farm Field School programs. All courses are led by Farm staff and local experts in the field. Call today to pre-register your family…and give the gift of a winter adventure this holiday season. 978.356.5728. Members $8. Nonmembers $10. 219 County Road, Ipswich.

 

 

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4TH ANNUAL MERRIMACK VALLEY EAGLE FESTIVAL
           
Presented by: Mass Audubon's Joppa Flats Education Center and The Parker River National Wildlife Refuge The Bald Eagles are coming back to Newburyport! Saturday, February 14, 2009. In February, when everything else is cold and asleep for the winter, the Newburyport area along the river is alive with the spectacular sight of wintering Bald Eagles flying, fishing, and sitting in the sun - and people want to see them. At the Eagle Festival, your local bird experts (staff and volunteers from Mass Audubon's Joppa Flats Education Center and the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge) find the birds, answer the questions, and offer special FREE events to eagle fans all day long, including: 
- Guided eagle tours on buses departing from Newburyport's Chamber of Commerce
- Onsite guides at eagle-spotting locations along the river
- Live eagle demonstrations at Newburyport's City Hall 
- Family activities and live birds of prey at both Joppa Flats and Parker River NWR headquarters 
          Here's why you should show your support for this wonderful, happy event and become a Friend of the Merrimack River Eagle Festival:

- Each year for the past three years, we have attracted more than 1,500 people to the Festival's events and countless people to our web site. Plus we always get GREAT publicity. 
- All our contributing friends are listed in our Eagle Festival Guide as well as on our web site. 
- A special section in our guide and on our web site this year will give Eagle Fest visitors a list of Where to Eat - Where to Stay - Where to Shop, which will only feature our contributing friends.
- Since the Connecticut River Eagle Festival has been cancelled this year due to lack of funding, we are now the only Eagle Festival in New England!
          If you like Bald Eagles, then join us to celebrate the ones who choose to come to Newburyport, just like you did!
          For more information call Melissa Vokey - Mass Audubon's Joppa Flats, 978-462-9998 / mvokey@massaudubon.org or Kate Toniolo - Parker River National Wildlife Refuge  978-465-5753 / kate_toniolo@fws.gov

 

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COWS IN THEIR WINTER HOME

          When snow covers our pastures, the Appleton dairy herd loafs around the farmstead. Visit the cows up close and watch the afternoon milking. After milking, enjoy some good ole’ fashioned butter making. Members: $4. Nonmembers: $5. Please pre-register. Thursdays, February 19, March 19  |  3 – 5 pm

          The Trustees of Reservations invites adults, families and youth to join us at Appleton Farms this winter for our exciting Farm Field School programs. All courses are led by Farm staff and local experts in the field. Call today to pre-register your family…and give the gift of a winter adventure this holiday season. 978.356.5728. Members $8. Nonmembers $10. 219 County Road, Ipswich.

 

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20th

 

 

BLUEBIRD NEST BOX BUILDING

          When you think of the winter blues, think bluebirds! Join us as we build nest boxes to add to our fleet for one of Appleton Farms’ coveted residents – the blue bird. You’re invited to stay for the afternoon to help hang the boxes along our bluebird box trail, the most productive in Essex County. You may even catch a bluebird sighting! Friday, February 20  |  10 – 12, 12:30—1:30

          The Trustees of Reservations invites adults, families and youth to join us at Appleton Farms this winter for our exciting Farm Field School programs. All courses are led by Farm staff and local experts in the field. Call today to pre-register your family…and give the gift of a winter adventure this holiday season. 978.356.5728. Members $8. Nonmembers $10. 219 County Road, Ipswich.

 

 

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NEWBURYPORT - The BEACON Coalition Have you lost your teen to their friends, cell phones or the internet? We can help you re-connect. Staying Connected with Your Teen: Significant improvement in family discipline practices, supervision and family bonding; Target audience: parents of teens ages 12-17; Series of five facilitator-led parenting workshops starting Thursday, February 26, 2009 from 6:45 to 9 PM.; Affordable, low cost program ($30 per family for materials) *Scholarships available; Based on scientific research with proven results; Recognized as a “Model Program” by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency. Call Sarah Hayden at 978-463-8977 for more information and registration or visit our website at www.beaconcoalition.com.

 

 

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SUGAR MAPLE 101

          Celebrate the sugar maple as we learn firsthand how this magnificent tree produces sap which is then turned into syrup. Explore our first maple taps on the farm, enjoy local syrup, and wish a “sweet goodbye to winter.” Wednesday, March 18  |  3:30 – 5:30

          The Trustees of Reservations invites adults, families and youth to join us at Appleton Farms this winter for our exciting Farm Field School programs. All courses are led by Farm staff and local experts in the field. Call today to pre-register your family…and give the gift of a winter adventure this holiday season. 978.356.5728. Members $8. Nonmembers $10. 219 County Road, Ipswich.

 

 

 

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