Survey Proves Eagles Love The Last Green Valley

For the eighth year The Last Green Valley assisted the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection in … [Read more...]

Difficult to Catch a Glimpse of the Shy River Otter

It was a freezing cold January morning in 1979. My job at Old Sturbridge Village that morning involved feeding and … [Read more...]

The Last Green Valley Hosts January Acorn Adventure

Children and their families are invited to join The Last Green Valley’s Chief Ranger Bill Reid and Ranger J.P. Babineau … [Read more...]

Make a Resolution to Care For, Enjoy and Pass On The Last Green Valley

There may be only one resolution anyone needs to improve their mental and physical health: volunteering with The Last … [Read more...]

Creating New Tradition with Christmas Bird Count

Do you have a holiday season tradition that you have maintained for many years? For some, a tradition might be antique … [Read more...]

Christmas Colors Found in the Winter Woods

This Thursday, at exactly 11:27 a.m., marks the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. It will be the first day of … [Read more...]

Go Rolling on the River Trail with Ranger Jean – Sunday Dec. 17

Do you and your kids need a break from all the holiday hustle and bustle? Ranger Jean Pillo is once again hosting The … [Read more...]

Stock Up on Seed To Help Birds Weather the Winter

My interest in wild birds was a gift from my parents. I grew up in a woodsy Boston suburb with lots of trees and … [Read more...]

Northern Red Oak is Mighty and Reliable

“The mightiest oak in the forest is just a little nut that held its ground.” Anonymous – fortune cookie There is a … [Read more...]

Bobcats Alive and Well in The Last Green Valley

I saw a bobcat for the first time as a 10-year-old, visiting family friends in Sudbury, Mass. They had an old farm, and … [Read more...]