Bolton Trails

The website of Bolton Trails Committee. Maps, routes, paths and events on conservation land in Bolton Massachusetts

Bolton Trails

Videos from Still River Road Area

Keith Silver submitted this excellent composite of stills and video taken of wildlife near his home. He used remote cameras over several years.  

Turkeys on Wattaquadock Hill

Gordon Taylor spotted these turkeys on Wattaquadock Hill.

Birds, larvae and other wildlife

Betsy Taylor-Kennedy sent these pictures taken on Wattaquadock Hill.  

Coyote near Annie Moore

Naomi Martin sent us this great picture of a coyote on the leaching field near her home.  

Wildlife on Wattaquadock Hill

Gordon Taylor submitted these pictures of wildlife near his home.

Wildlife near Bolton Flats

Keith Silver sent us these pictures of some of the many creatures that inhabit the Still River Road area. Bobcats, coyotes, beaver, deer, herons, ducks. The photos were taken over several years.

Visitors to Bolton Woods Way

Greg Matte took this video with his wildlife camera. Deer, coyote, fox, fisher, grackles.  

More cheerful painted stones and messages

Someone, or maybe some people, continue to paint rocks, make decorations, and install cheerful messages around town. Here are a few.

Storm Damage at Bowers Springs

Recent storms have inflicted serious damage on some trees at Bowers Springs.The fallen trees have created their own problems such as the destruction of the wire debris trap over this culvert. In some cases this has caused trails to be Read more…

Direction signs added at Powder House Hill and Wilder Farm

Gordon Taylor made new direction signs for the hard-to-see Powder House trail where it meets the old cart track at the gas pipeline on Powder House Hill. He also made a sign to indicate the best route to Bolton Town Read more…