Spring is in the Air at Stamford's Heckscher Farm

Two brand new sets of baby lamb twins debuted for the public Monday at the farm, located at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center.

Two Jacob ewes gave birth to two sets of twins recently at Heckscher farm this week, marking the first group of babies for the spring season.

The functioning farm sits on the 118 acres of the and the four new baby lambs are some of the newest additions to the variety of animals that live on the farm.

On Thursday, Lucy gave birth to Linus and Lola and then on Sunday night, Bee gave birth to Phineas and Fiona.

The lambs, as well as the two new calves Monty and Moose, will be available for public viewing from today forward during the farm's hours open to the public.

The Stamford Museum and Nature Center is an all-things-cultural learning compound with the functioning farm, museum for fine art and interesting exibits, a preschool, afterschool programs and even an observatory open to the public every Friday night.

Sheryl Shaker April 17, 2012 at 08:31 PM
Stamford Museum & Nature Center is an absolute treasure! And on a day like today, it's a perfect place to get away without going far.


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