The Amphibian Walk that was rained out last weekend will take place this Sunday, April 10 at 1 p.m..

Join in on the search for frogs and salamanders in Wilton’s Merwin Meadows Park. Dave Havens, environmental science teacher from St. Luke’s School, will begin with a short introduction on amphibians and how to spot them, then lead a woodland  walk along the Norwalk River to visit vernal ponds coming to life with salamanders, newts, frogs and toads. Discover some of the many species in the area, search for eggs and tadpoles, and learn about amphibian development.

Meet at the hiking trail entrance off the parking lot at Merwin Meadows Park. Tall, waterproof boots are suggested. All ages are welcome to this free event. Dogs are not permitted to accompany participants. Email or call 877.679.2463 for reservations and more information.

This walk is co-sponsored by Norwalk River Watershed Association, Wilton Conservation Commission, Wilton Garden Club and Wilton Go Green.