Monthly Archives: March 2018

Eastern White Pine Pair of Canadian Geese in the pond. Some of the vines covering the walkway. Skunk Cabbage blossoms emerging from the soil. Spaulding Pond A statue honoring Uncas and the Mohegan Tribe. Expert ornithologist (my dad)  

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Flora and Fauna of Mohegan Park

During my walk through the park, I heard Chickadees, Canadian Geese, and Mallard Ducks. I also saw and heard squirrels (some of which were quarreling over matters only known by them). Some of the trees that I found in the … Continue reading

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History of the Acquisition of Mohegan Park

Mohegan Park was intended to be created in 1896. In 1906, six private individuals agreed to donate 200 acres of land to construct the park, which they wanted to use as an area for Norwich residents to enjoy. Dr. John … Continue reading

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Map of Mohegan Park

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Mohegan Park – Spring Break Phenology

Mohegan Park is currently the largest forested area in my home city of Norwich, CT. The main center of the park is Spaulding Pond, from which a running track is centered around. The local animal shelter is located within the … Continue reading

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