Sudbury

Pileated Woodpeckers in Sudbury

March 28, 2020

A pileated woodpecker in Sudbury, photographed by Irene Gruenfeld.
A pileated woodpecker in Sudbury, photographed by Irene Gruenfeld.
A pileated woodpecker in Sudbury, photographed by Irene Gruenfeld.
A pileated woodpecker in Sudbury, photographed by Irene Gruenfeld.
A pair of pileated woodpeckers in Sudbury, photographed by Irene Gruenfeld.
A pair of pileated woodpeckers in Sudbury, photographed by Irene Gruenfeld.

Irene Gruenfeld photographed a pair of pileated woodpecker in Sudbury.

Canada Geese in Sudbury

March 31, 2020

Canada geese on a trail in Sudbury, photographed by Marie Rock.
Canada geese on a trail in Sudbury, photographed by Marie Rock.

Marie Rock recorded this video of two Canada geese on a trail in Sudbury.

Brown-headed cowbird in Sudbury

March 28, 2020

A brown-headed cowbird in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
A brown-headed cowbird in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
A brown-headed cowbird in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
A brown-headed cowbird in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.

Sharon Tentarelli photographed these brown-headed cowbirds in Sudbury.

Red Fox in Sudbury

April 1, 2020

A red fox in Sudbury, photographed by Chris Menge.
A red fox in Sudbury, photographed by Chris Menge.

Chris Menge photographed this red fox from his home in Sudbury.

Backyard Birds and a Squirrel in Sudbury

March 20, 2020

A black-capped chickadee in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A black-capped chickadee in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A blue jay in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A blue jay in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A gray squirrel in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A gray squirrel in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A gray squirrel in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A gray squirrel in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A house finch in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A house finch in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A mourning dove in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A mourning dove in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A northern cardinal in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A northern cardinal in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A tufted titmouse in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A tufted titmouse in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A white-throated sparrow in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.
A white-throated sparrow in Sudbury, photographed by Sue Feldberg.

Sue Feldberg photographed a black-capped chickadee, a blue jay, a gray squirrel, a house finch, a mourning dove, a northern cardinal, a tufted titmouse, and a white-throated sparrow in Sudbury.

Northern Cardinals in Sudbury

March 23, 2020

A pair of northern cardinals in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
A pair of northern cardinals in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.

Sharon Tentarelli photographed this pair of northern cardinals in Sudbury.

Carolina Wren and Eastern Bluebird in Sudbury

March 11, 2020

A Carolina wren in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
A Carolina wren in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
A Carolina wren in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
A Carolina wren in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
An eastern bluebird in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
An eastern bluebird in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
An eastern bluebird in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.
An eastern bluebird in Sudbury, photographed by Sharon Tentarelli.

Sharon Tentarelli photographed a Carolina wren and an eastern bluebird in Sudbury.

Wood Frogs in Sudbury

March 14, 2020

Wood frogs at a vernal pool in Sudbury, photographed by Dawn Dentzer.
Wood frogs at a vernal pool in Sudbury, photographed by Dawn Dentzer.

Dawn Dentzer photographed these mating wood frogs and wood frog eggs at a vernal pool near Tipling Rock in Sudbury.

Coyote in Sudbury

March 6, 2020

Jim Tyrrell used an automatically triggered wildlife camera to record this video of a coyote at a deer carcass in Sudbury.

Public Forum to Address Burn at Memorial Forest

On Thursday, February 27, SVT will lead a public forum about the upcoming prescribed burn at the Desert Natural Area and Memorial Forest. The burn, which is part of a long-term project to restore important habitat at these properties on the Marlborough-Sudbury line, will be held this spring, possibly as early as March.

SVT and the City of Marlborough are working on the habitat restoration with MassWildlife and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR). Laura Mattei, SVT's Director of Stewardship, and Priscilla Ryder, City of Marlborough Conservation Agent (pictured), recently walked the property to define fire breaks for the burn. 

At the Public Forum, Laura will more fully explain the project and will answer questions from the audience. This is a great chance to learn about this project and about prescribed burns in general.

Public Forum: Habitat Restoration at Desert Natural Area/Memorial Forest

February 27, 2020
7:00 to 8:30 pm
Free

Assabet River NWR Visitor Center
Hudson Road
Sudbury

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