Saturday, December 5th , 2015 1:00pm
CLC Office 49 Main Street, Chatham, NY
Join us for cocoa, cider, and crafts! We’ll be whipping up some holiday cheer AND creating a habitat-friendly craft item to feed the birds this winter. No registration necessary, just drop in during Winterfest!
Tuesday, December 15th , 2015 5:30pm
Helsinki Hudson 405 Columbia Street, Hudson, NY 12534,
Join us for our monthly Green Drinks celebration. Each month features a different speaker sharing his/her perspective on a different environmental topic. In addition to the brief presentation, there’s plenty of time for asking questions and networking in an informal setting. Questions? Contact Heidi Bock. No registration is necessary, but we do ask that you come by 5:45 so that you don’t miss the presentation!
Saturday, January 9th , 2016 9:00am
Ooms Conservation Area at Sutherland Pond – Main Parking Area 480 Rock City Rd, Chatham
Date, time, and location to be confirmed. What do animals do when we’re inside for winter, snuggled under blankets and binge-watching television? Though many species go into hibernation, some cold-hardy souls are still out and about it. You can learn more about these animals at our animal tracking walk with environmental education Justin Wexler. Justin will teach us how to spot signs of wildlife, how different species adapt to the cold, and how Native Americans hunted for wildlife in winter. If the weather allows, we’ll use snowshoes. Please dress in weather-appropriate layers.
Saturday, January 23rd , 2016 6:00pm
Siegel-Kline Kill Conservation Area 1452 Garage Place Road, Ghent
Join us for the first Full Moon Walk of the new year! We’ll explore Siegel Kline Kill by the light of the full moon, and hopefully see some animal tracks and winter critters. This moon is known as the Full Wolf Moon, taking its name from wolves howling in hunger outside the villages. If snow cover allows, we’ll use snowshoes. Please dress in weather-appropriate layers.