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Berkshire Botanical Garden, Rtes
183 & 102, Stockbridge, MA, 413-527-4900, www.berkshirebotanical.org Courses and lectures in plant anatomy, physiology and botany. Go to website for information.
Breadloaf Mountain Hiking Trail, Corner of Routes 4 and 7, Cornwall Bridge, CT Hiking with beautiful views of the valley at the peak. The trail is clearly marked and well maintained. Breadloaf can be used as a starting point for further hikes. At the peak is the Appalachian Trail which can be followed north to Pine Knob Loop, or south towards Kent, CT.
Bull’s Bridgee, Rte 7, South Kent, CT Covered bridge, waterfalls, old power station, riverwalk, Appalachian Trail, fly fishing. Parking.
Buttercup Farm Audubon Sanctuary, off Rte 82 between Pine Plains and Stanfordville, NY, 518-325-5203 500 acres of diverse habitats, 6 miles of trails throughout the sanctuary. Open dawn until dusk, seven days a week. For information call David Wheeler at 518-325-5203.
Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust, Flanders Rd, Woodbury, CT, 203-263-3711, www.flandersnaturecenter.org Sanctuaries and preserves, buildings, facilities, farm, community garden, hiking trails, maps. programs for all ages.
Kent Falls State Park, Rte 7, Kent, CT, 860-927-3238 Waterfall, open field, picnic, wooded trails. There is a charge per car on weekends and holidays.
Macedonia Brook State Park, Kent, CT, 860-567-3367 Picnicking, stream fishing, hiking, biking. Park open 8 am to sunset seasonal. State park fee charged per car.
Miles Wildlife Sanctuary, 99 West Cornwall Rd, Sharon, CT, 860-364-0048, www.sharon.audubon.org Self-guided trails, hiking and birding. The santuary is part of the Sharon Audubon.
White Memorial Conservation Center, Rte 202, Litchfield, CT, 860-567-0857, www.whitememorialcc.org Rodents Rule!, May 25.