Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve

Tucker Preserve is located in Pembroke and it runs along the Indian Head River.
All photos by Rob MacDonald Hanson, MA rjmacdonald@gmail.com
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April 2021, one of several cascading streams at Tucker Preserve.
Dam and fish ladder at Luddams Ford.

Dam and fish ladder at Luddams Ford.

Luddams Ford.
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River otter in the Indian Head River at Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve. Dec 21, 2019
River Otter - Indian Head River
River otter in the Indian Head River at Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve. Dec 21, 2019
River Otter - Indian Head River
River otter in the Indian Head River at Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve. Dec 21, 2019
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Laetiporus - 'Chicken of the Woods' ??
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Laetiporus - 'Chicken of the Woods' ??
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Laetiporus - 'Chicken of the Woods' ??
River Otter - Indian Head River

River Otter - Indian Head River

Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve

Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve

Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve
Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve
Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve
Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve
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Sunbathing. Double-crested Cormorant 'wing spreading' at Tucker Preserve.
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Springs awakening at Tucker Preserve.
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Indian Pipes, also called Ghost Plants at Tucker.
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Granite boulders are scattered about the Tucker preserve.
Glacial erratic along the Indian Head River.
Seasonal runofft and spring rain create a New Hampshire like lively stream at Tucker.

Old bridge at Tucker Preserve.

Just past the entrance to Wildlands Trust Tucker Preserve.
The Indian Head river has two tributaries, the Drinkwater River and the Indian Head brook. The river eventually flows into the North River.
Trail through one of the many hemlock groves above the Indian Head River at Tucker Preserve.
Trail leads through a Hemlock grove on high ridge above the India Head River.
Tucker stream crossing. A very 'White Mountain' feel with this crossing.
Jack-In-The-Pulpit along the trail at Tucker Preserve.
Indian Head River along the northern boundary at Tucker. At some points, groves of Hemlocks top the steep 40 ft banks along the river.
The Indianhead River as it passes the old Tack factory.
The old bridge at the entrance of Tucker Preserve.
High (40 ft) above the Indian Head River.
Luddams Ford which is at the entrance to Tucker Preserve.
Windchime left in the woods at Tucker Preserve.