Mitchell B. Stock Wildlife Habitat
Conservation Committee

owned by the Aspetuck Land Trust


US 95 north to exit 19; turn left onto Center Street; turn left onto Kings Highway; cross over Oxford Road and park on the left (south) side of the road just before the bridge over Sasco Creek at the parking area for King's Highway West Open Space Area.


11/14/2005.  This is primarily Phragmites (giant reed grass) marsh.  But there is a small piece of woods on the east and west side of the bridge.  The east side is known as the King's Highway West Open Space Area.  The west side is the Mitchell B. Stock Wildlife Habitat. 

On the north side of the road there is no Phragmites marsh.    Dr. Patrick L. Cooney.

Dr. Patrick L. Cooney, 11/14/2005

See the Plant List for King's Highway West Open Space Area.