Avery Preserve - Ledyard CT

(photo courtesy of Beth Sullivan)

Town: Ledyard
Year Preserved:
various
Acres: 100.09
Lat.: 41°27’15.0″
Long.: 72°02’48.0″
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Both sides of Avery Hill Road, 0.75 miles north of Route 214. Parking lot on East tract. Approximately 1 mile of hiking trails.
  • West Tract, 76.59 acres (1970). Open upland woods, Billings-Avery Brook and glacial boulder deposits.
  • East Tract, 22.48 acres (1977). Maple swamp and upland woodlands, giant rhododendron, atlantic white cedar, orchid species.
  • Sheep Wash Tract, 0.49 acres (1995). Historic dry-wall sheep wash, south of Billings-Avery Brook.
  • Town of Ledyard Transfer, 0.53 acres (2014). Addition to the west tract.

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