Date: 11/24/21 11:58 am From: Mardi Dickinson <mardi1d...> Subject: [CT Birds] Re: How to bird 14 Acre Pond
Here is a second way option behind and in back of 14 Acre Pond. This is a small neighborhood behind our neighborhood so please do be respectful.
North I-95 Exit 16 Turn LEFT back over I-95 N. OR South I-95 Exit 16 Turn RIGHT both onto East Ave
Continue from both directions on down East Ave about 4.4 miles.
Go five lights and continue till you hit Connecticut Ave that your will crossover.
Stay straight as you crossover Connecticut Ave and it turns into Newtown Ave.
Go a few more miles. Take left onto Stonybrook Road across from St.Peters Church on your right.
Stonybrook Road winds around to right and down slight hill park to the left or right.
You will see pond and peek-a-boo on your left (hat is the back of 14 acre pond) and waterway on your left.
Happy Thanksgiving! Hope this helps and Happy Birding!
> On Nov 24, 2021, at 12:27 PM, Nalini Jones <nalini.jones...> wrote:
> Navigate to Norwalk Senior Center on Allen Road, park behind building, and follow trail along the back of the tennis court. That’ll take you to the small public shore of the pond.
> Frank Gallo’s book has been such a help to me in exactly this sort of practical way, as I’ve tried to figure out where to look for birds and where to park!
> Birding in Connecticut (Garnet Books) https://www.amazon.com/dp/0819576352/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_H3YQ48Q117VG7DZVQGY3 >
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Nov 24, 2021, at 12:21 PM, John Graham <john.graham.ese...> wrote:
>> I’m plotting my route to Thanksgiving dinner with family and am looking to
>> learn where to park and how to get views at 14 Acre Pond.
>> Thank you.
>> John Graham
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