Myles Standish State Forest
Mass Wildlife is holding a series of Thursday afternoon Wildlife Habitat Site Walks around the state this fall to show how woodlands can be managed to provide suitable habitat for different types of wildlife. At each walk, habitat specialists will explain the habitat needs for different species and how the habitat restoration project at that location is designed to meet those needs.
A Pitch Pine/Scrub Oak Habitat Walk will be held on October 29th at the Southeast Pine Barrens Wildlife Management Area in Carver. Participants should meet at the Myles Standish State Forest headquarters. The walk will begin at 4 pm.
Participants should dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes for walking.
Participants must wear face masks at all times and keep at least 6 feet away from other attendees.