Last Updated on July 29, 2020

Bert Clegern, our late resident biologist,  prepared a 22-page document in 2017 on the natural history of Charlestown, the background on the development, and the outdoor and indoor environment on our 110-acre campus.The Appendices are listed as separate documents to allow updating as necessary.

Rick Jones, Paul Canner, and Ed Huestis have updated Appendix 4 Birds of Charlestown as of April 2020.

Appendix 1 – The Benefits of Trees
Append 1 BENEFITS OF TREES
Appendix 2 – Trees of Charlestown
Append 2 TREES OF CHARLESTOWN
Appendix 3 – Mammals of Charlestown
Append 3 MAMMALS OF CHARLESTOWN
Appendix 4 – Birds of Charlestown, updated July 2020

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Video from Meditative Moments: Birds and Wildlife at Charlestown