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Calling Martin’s Pond birders – have you seen this wonderful website? It’s a great tool to track your birds as well as see bird migration. The sad thing is that Martin’s Pond and North Reading aren’t included. Let’s start adding our observations and change that.

eBird Please join us in congratulating Deborah House of Bishop, California, winner of the August 2017 eBird Challenge, sponsored by Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. Our August winner was drawn from eBirders who submitted 31 or more eligible checklists in August. Deborah’s name was drawn randomly from the 5,498 e… More info @ Automated post from Martins Pond – September 16, 2017 at 06:43AM

You did it Martin’s Pond neighbors!! We were able to make the Martin’s Pond Community Pride Scholarship a reality thanks to our generous neighbors. The application is on our website. Tell any MP NR seniors you know. Thank you to everyone contributed. We really do have the best neighborhood in town!!

Martin’s Pond Community Pride Scholarship Martin’s Pond Community Pride Scholarship The Martin’s Pond Association is proud to offer a $500 scholarship to be awarded to a graduating senior from the Martin’s Pond neighborhood in North Readin… More info @ Automated post from Martins Pond – April 03, 2017 at 06:32AM

If you type in Martin’s Pond, North Reading, MA in this website, you can see aerials of the pond going back to 1938 and topographic maps back to 1888!! They don’t have the zoom capability of Google Earth but still pretty interesting. Notice the Pond’s outlet was where the entrance to the park is today.

Historic Aerials Historic Aerials provides free online access to historical aerial photography, current aerial photos and topographic (topo) maps. You can view aerial photography from the 1920s through today. Use our multi-year comparison tools to detect changes in property. Come and explore your favorite points of… More info @ Automated post from Martins Pond – October 30, 2016 at 09:29PM

North Reading Transcript Published in the June 30, 2016 edition WINNERS of the 19th annual Martins Pond free children’s fishing derby had a lot to show for their efforts this year. From left: Jason Piscatelli, Jay McNulty, Vice President and Treasurer of the Wildside Bass Club, Maguire Koepke, Garrett Butler, Peter McLellan, President of the Wildside Bass Club and Aidan Sullivan. (Lori Lynes Photo) More info @ Automated post from Martins Pond – July 01, 2016 at 09:44AM

We’re looking into having MA DCR teach a weed watchers class at the park this summer. We need to know how many people would be interested in taking the class. If there is no interest, then we won’t pursue it. This link contains information about the class

Weeds Watcher Program Overview of the Weeds Watcher Program & information on the Weed Watcher Training Class More info @ Automated post from Martins Pond – June 28, 2016 at 08:29AM

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