Today Wilma, My Mom, and I Adventured to the Cloverdale Conservation Land in Littleton, Massachusetts. Cloverdale Conservation Land is a small property of just 20 acres. The property includes wooded terrain, a boardwalk through the wetlands, and an open pasture. The main loop is less then one mile in length.
We had a peaceful Adventure to the Cloverdale Conservation Land, a property that I have been curious about for some time. We arrived to find ourselves the sole visitors to the property. We began the walk down the boardwalk, headed into the woods, and then looped around the wetlands before returning to the car. The walk was very short, but a perfect time to catch up, observe nature, and appreciate signs of spring. I loved the boardwalk, and several additional wooden bridges. Throughout our walk we spotted cat tails, horse tails, daffodils and what we guessed may be swamp marigolds. We even noticed two otters swimming through the wetlands, and a gorgeous blue bird feasting at one of the feeders. So much nature in just a very short walk.
Wilma was excited for the new smells, and was so hopeful that she could chase the otter through the wetlands, her second otter spotting in just one week. She loved walking, and was sure to keep an eye on her Grandma with every step she took. So glad we could visit Cloverdale Conservation Land today (Rating: 3.5).