If you wish to hike with Mark Fraser on an educational Nature Walk and want to know schedule times please contact the Tyngsboro Ma Conservation Commission and ask for the next Nature Walk with Mark Fraser at the Sherburne Nature Center located in Tyngsboro Mass.
Phone: 978-649-2300 x 116
Tuesday - Wednesday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
The Sherburne Property was graciously donated to the town of Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, by the Sherburne family to preserve and protect over 80 acres of open space for the community. It has been developed into the Sherburne Nature Center to teach the public about the natural world by the Tyngsboro Trails Committee, which exists thanks to the hard work and dedication of local volunteers.
It’s through these grass roots organizations that we all can make a difference and help the natural world in a positive way.
For a complete list of Sherburne Nature Center activities during the year, and to learn how you can volunteer at the Sherburne Nature Center, please see the link below.
Several times a year, I perform public speaking engagements either in person, television or public Radio which are designed to help raise awareness about the natural world for the community at large.
Educating our families about the amazing wildlife in our own backyard as well as spreading the word about the need to protect wildlife habitat is one of the keys to learn term conservation.
If you or your organization would like to request Mark Fraser as a guest speaker to come and talk about wildlife conservation, send the request to "naturewalkswithmark.org" by selecting the "contact us" tab on this website.
During the different seasons educational "Nature Walks" are designed to provide one on one education about the amazing Wildlife living in our own backyards and to discuss the importance of Wildlife Conservation.
Use the "Contact us" tab on this website for dates, times and locations.
NatureWalks are given in person at several beautiful locations.