Join the Conservation Office and Citizens for Lexington Conservation for a celebration of spring at Wright Farm.
Activities will include children's crafts, mid-morning stewardship project, nature hikes, and free pollinator seeds.
Parking at Wright Farm is limited. Park on Carriage Drive. If feasible, carpool, bike, or walk!
Held rain or shine - for severe weather, cancellation info will be posted here.
Questions? Reach out to Amber Carr, Conservation Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
What can you see? Birds, mammals, insects, plants - if it's alive, you can record it in iNaturalist!
This year, we are participating in the iNaturalist Boston Area City Nature Challenge Bio Blitz, so come prepared with your smartphone and help us log as many species as possible at Wright Farm! **Be sure to download the App ahead of time**
The City Nature Challenge uses iNaturalist, a smartphone app, to collect important data on what (besides humans) lives in our environment. iNaturalist has been sponsoring this project for 5 years, to coincide with Earth Day and celebrate biodiversity all over the world.
After downloading the iNaturalist app on your phone join this project to start the challenge: Lexington Conservation Areas City Nature Challenge
Download/print species cards before the event, or scan the QR code available on the day of with a smartphone!
Know Before You Go! Learn about the Wright Farm Meadow Preservation
Sponsored by the Lexington Conservation Commission and the Conservation Stewards with support from Citizens for Lexington Conservation
Photo provided by Zoo New England: Boston Area City Nature Challenge