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Join us to explore nature’s alphabet! We will read exciting books about the outdoors, take hikes through the Preserve in search of the plants and critters in our stories…
Join us to explore nature’s alphabet! We will read exciting books about the outdoors, take hikes through the Preserve in search of the plants and critters in our stories,…
The original pond received a much needed facelift last year. Come discover this gem and all of the fabulous plants included in the collection.
About Collections Walks: The Preserve is…
The Preserve is home to more than 700 species of native plants. Join us for an informative walk as we take a look at rare, unusual, and/or unique favorites…
Dr. Edgar Wherry planted nearly 100 species of native ferns during his tenure at the Preserve. Over the years, their numbers have dwindled but many beautiful examples remain….
This walk will feature the collection found within our meadow and will discuss plans for the Aquetong Meadow Expansion project.
About Collections Walks: The Preserve is home to more than…
This is a comprehensive workshop on the identification of our warblers in their basic (fall) plumage, with a discussion of arrival dates and natural history. This presentation will illustrate…
The magic of fall color at the Preserve is mesmerizing; but have you ever wondered how and why the color change occurs? Join Naturalist Jim BRay as he shares…
The Preserve’s diverse variety of native plants offers migrating birds a smorgasbord of fruits and the insects they attract. Join us as we search the woods for warblers, thrushes,…