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Hibernating Crocodiles in Fairyland Pond

"The centerpiece of the Hapgood Wright Forest is Fairyland Pond, a low-lying area filled with swampy vegetation that was dammed in the late 1800s to form the pond. Henry David Thoreau referred to the hollow as “Hubbard‟s Close” or “Hubbard‟s shady swamp”, named for its owner Ebenezer Hubbard. The swamp was part of the uninterrupted woodland surrounding Walden Pond where he led the Alcott girls and Emerson children on berry-picking trips, fancifully calling it “fairyland”, the likely origin of the name given to the area by the town‟s people. Fairyland Pond as it appears today is a 2.75 acre shallow pond held by a dam.

A visit to the pond is a quiet retreat from the noise of highway traffic above Brister‟s Hill. Cattails grow along the pond‟s marshy southern shore and pond lilies float along its long shallow surface. The pond is rimmed with sweet pepperbush, high- bush blueberry and grey alder, with a surrounding forest of red oak, pine, hemlock, yellow birch, American Chestnut saplings and dogwood. All contribute to an ongoing pageant of seasonal color and bloom mirrored in the water. When winter sets in the ice covered pond and snow-covered landscape reflect winter‟s light with particular beauty."

Hapgood Wright Town Forest Trail Guide

Concord, Massachusetts

Copyright: John Wood
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 19696x9848
Taken: 26/02/2017
Uploaded: 26/02/2017


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