[CT Birds] CTBirds Digest, Vol 1129, Issue 2
Chris0381 at comcaSt.net
Tue Mar 30 20:34:45 EDT 2010
Oh its religious?
My friends daughter was begging her mother to go there once and I was about
to say "your mother would be happy to send you away to camp and have you
come back Re-Incarnated as a quiet turtle".
The camps is not in session until June and the public is welcome to hike
there until then. The camp also hosts the Essex Land Trust meetings and
various other activities such as an American Indian Lecture last week, There
are actual wigwams on the premises. I like the fact that it slopes down into
a hollow like valley to the reservoir. Very unique and quiet.
About Incarnation Camp
Located in coastal Connecticut, on over 700 wooded acres surrounding a mile
long private lake, Camps Pequot and Sherwood are the country's oldest coed
camps. Since 1886, we have provided a fun-filled traditional camp with
experiential learning and group living in the outdoors. Our programs guide
campers through well-rounded, creative and adventurous programs that develop
an appreciation for nature and celebrate the uniqueness of each individual.
Campers and staff are a diverse group of people coming from all over the
U.S. and around the world.
Pioneer Village, our teen program, is a very unique and special sleep away
camp. The intimate capacity of 65 campers allows for a very special bond
within the camp community. Here, campers enjoy creating activities and
heading off site for some real adventure!
Learn more about Pequot, Sherwood and Pioneer Village as you explore the
From: ctbirds-bounces at lists.ctbirding.org
[mailto:ctbirds-bounces at lists.ctbirding.org] On Behalf Of Jan Hamilton
Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 2010 7:14 PM
To: ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org
Subject: Re: [CT Birds] CTBirds Digest, Vol 1129, Issue 2
Hi all - small correction. The camp is INCARNATION Center/Camp! It's more
religious than floral! And it IS a nice little parcel, worth a visit.
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> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2010 15:22:42 -0400
> From: "CHIS" <Chris0381 at comcaSt.net>
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> Subject: [CT Birds] Bushy Hill Nature Preserve
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> I just got back from the Bushy Hill Nature Preserve at the Carnation
> in Ivorton. Mainly to check on the dam as it burst in 1982 and we are
> presently flooded pretty bad in some areas.
> Spotted an Osprey flying about near the dam and it settled in the woods
> making a noise.
> I just want everyone know that the preserve is open to the public until
> when the camps start. It is a very unique preserve with lot of birds and I
> can't express enough how neat it is. It has a cedar swamp with a boardwalk
> going through it, trails along the reservoir, and various other
> Chris Pimley
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