While humans are being asked to stay indoors to reduce the
potential spread of COVID-19, other species have been waking up to spring.
If you cannot get to your favorite patch of nature, Save Oswegatchie Hills Coalition members have been capturing and sharing the natural splendor of East Lyme’s Oswegatchie Hills Nature Preserve. The 236 acres of coastal forest our coalition seeks to protect adjoin the town preserve that was established in 2007.
Volunteers are posting their favorite photos on the Friends of OHNP Facebook page, and Save the Sound is creating a series of virtual hikes of OHNP.
Thank you to Paul J Parulis, who takes daily hikes in OHNP
and volunteers on the Friend of OHNP stewardship team, and wife Patti, for
these recent photos.
Wednesday, June 3, 12:00 p.m. "A Plastic Wave"
Environmental Film Discussion
Join us for an interactive discussion with Save the Sound staff as we talk about “A Plastic Wave,” a film that follows a surfer and father of two turned activist as he travels and speaks with scientists, plastic industry experts, and families and citizens to better understand the plastic crisis and how we can fix it.