This .15 acre of beech trees, and maple grove were donated to the Conservation Trust in May of 1998 by Sally, Gillis Amanda and Timothy Kallen.
FLORA AND FAUNA
The property has beech trees, scrub pine, Animals who frequent this part of Provincetown’s wetlands include owls, woodpeckers, warblers, and raptors. A few rare species including the Northern Bobwhite, Rusty Blackbirds, and the Long-eared Owl have been spotted in the area.
GATEWAY TO THE DWYER FAMILY WOODLANDS TRAIL
This slice of land acts as a trailhead for the Dwyer Family Woodlands property, a unique property, of diverse topography including wetlands and uplands of undulating hills and folds. It is home to a variety of plants and animals, some of special concern to the Massachusetts Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program.
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