There's nothing like taking in a sunny spring morning with a walk in the woods.
There's a babbling brook, mirror-like images on the pond and birds filling the air with their cacophonious calls. From Canada geese and cormorants to a variety of woodpeckers, it's a bird-watchers paradise.
The location is the 249-acre Camp Seton on Riversville Road in the Glenville neighborhood of Greenwich. I was fortunate enough to be there to attend a class at the camp and wanted to share some scenes of the property that's only open to registered members of the Boy Scouts of America.