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Babes in the Woods Celebrates 15 Years

Babes in the Woods Celebrates 15 Years
Thank you to all who made our 15-year anniversary event on Saturday a huge success! We estimate nearly 150 people were in attendance to enjoy the live animal show from Critters 'n Creatures, face-painting, and scavenger hunt! Thanks so much to the Medford Family Network and the North Suburban Child and Family Resource Network for support in planning the event, and to the Stone Zoo for donating zoo passes for the raffle! It was a fantastic day.
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Welcome To The All New Fells.org!

Welcome To The All New Fells.org!
Welcome to the all new Fells.org! We are extremely excited to share with you some of the features of our new home on the web. All of the information you relied on from our old site is still here, but now there is so much more. This post shows off many of the new features, and let's you know where to find your old favorites.
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What To Watch For – May

What To Watch For – May
By mid-April in some parts of the Fells - certainly Virginia Wood and near Bellevue Pond - comes a true beauty. These flowers are termed ephemerals and indeed have a brief moment of glory whilst the sun reaches the woodland floor, and then are gone as quickly as they came.
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What To Watch For – Late April

What To Watch For – Late April
By mid-April in some parts of the Fells - certainly Virginia Wood and near Bellevue Pond - comes a true beauty. These flowers are termed ephemerals and indeed have a brief moment of glory whilst the sun reaches the woodland floor, and then are gone as quickly as they came.
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Fells Featured Among Great Wildflower Hikes

Fells Featured Among Great Wildflower Hikes
The Appalachian Mountain Club this week highlighted six locations around the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states that are ideal sites for viewing spring wildflowers. Among the chosen destinations is the Cross Fells Trail in our very own Middlesex Fells Reservation! Read on to find out what they had to say.
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