Dunham’s Brook Conservation Area is perhaps our most diverse Destination Property. The trailhead crosses a small meadow before entering an extensive wet forest, a portion of which is on a beautiful boardwalk and provides excellent bird watching. The trail then rises onto a gentle ridge with both a corn field and oak-holly forests. One trail spur is maintained through the corn field, creating a very unique summertime trail experience. The easternmost trail follows near the edge of an extensive forested wetland/vernal pool community that boasts a loud spring chorus of mating frogs. Pending expansion of DBCA will add another 60 acres and nearly double the size of the trail network. Creation of DBCA was made possible by generous land gifts from the Julia Krapf family and Susan Bush family as well as the cooperative efforts of the WLCT, the Trustees of Reservations, the Town of Westport’s Community Preservation Fund and the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs.