Join us for a late-fall walk to see what our birds and animals are doing, and let’s try to figure out why. Now that our trees are bare, we can see what secrets they’ve been hiding! We’ll talk about hibernation and migration as examples of animal strategies for winter. Bring your cameras, binoculars, and your curiosity as we take one more turn around the pond before winter arrives.
Part of the Sheldrake Second Saturday Series of free family programs, made possible by a generous grant from Con Edison.
There will be no advance registration for this program.
Date: Saturday, December 9
Time: 10:00-11:00 am
Format: This program is not a drop-off; children must be accompanied by an adult. The event will be conducted entirely outdoors.
Ages: For families with children of all ages
Cost: FREE, thanks to the generous support of Con Edison
Cancellation Policy: This program proceeds in inclement weather unless hazardous conditions occur. Please check this website before heading over to confirm there is no change to the event plans.