Calling All Tug Hill Animal Track Explorers!

Family Friendly Event, Reservations Required
Sally Ploof Hunter Memorial Library 101 Public Works Drive, Black River, NY

Did you ever run across footprints outside in the mud or snow and wonder what animal might have left it there? Come to the Sally Ploof Hunter Memorial Library, 101 Public Works Drive, Black River, NY on Wednesday, February 21st from 10:30 am to Noon and learn how to identify a sampling of animal tracks! ... Read more

Calling All Tug Hill Animal Track Explorers!

Family Friendly Event, Reservations Required
Western Town Library 9172 Main Street, Westernville, NY, United States

Did you ever run across footprints outside in the mud or snow and wonder what animal might have left it there? Come to the Western Town Library, 9172 Main Street, Westernville, NY from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm and learn how to identify a sampling of animal tracks! We'll start by reading the book, The ... Read more

Blake Sanctuary Owl Prowl and Twilight Walk

FREE: Family Event, Reservations Required
Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary 31241 Middle Rd., Watertown, NY

Join us for a twilight walk and owl prowl at the Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary (31242 Middle Road, Watertown, NY)! We’ll learn about the ways animals are adapted to a low-light lifestyle, look for all types of animal tracks and signs, and look and listen for owls! Our walk will begin in the parking ... Read more

Tug Hill Birds Online Webinar

Family Friendly Event, Reservations Required

Join Linda Gibbs, Community Programs Director for Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust, and Irene Mazzocchi, retired Region 6 DEC wildlife biologist for a session all about Tug Hill birds. They'll talk about bird identification, population trends, habitat protection efforts, ways to help birds every day, and point us toward some ways we can help with ... Read more

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Walk and Talk

Reservations Required

Join us for a guided walk at Great Bear Recreation Area, Fulton, NY on Wednesday, March 13th and learn to recognize and report Hemlock Woolly Adelgid HWA (or the lack thereof) – an invasive insect that kills hemlock trees. This is the fifth and last of five informational survey outings being held in and near the Tug Hill ... Read more

Blake Sanctuary Owl Prowl and Twilight Walk

Family Friendly Event, Reservations Required
Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary 31241 Middle Rd., Watertown, NY

CANCELLED DUE TO SNOWSTORM FORECAST Take a twilight woods walk and prowl for owls with us at the Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary (31241 Middle Road, Watertown, NY) on Friday, March 22, 2024. We’ll learn about the ways animals are adapted to a low-light lifestyle, look for all types of animal tracks and signs, and ... Read more

Stone House Preserve Owl Prowl

Family Friendly Event, Reservations Required
Stone House Preserve Camden, NY

Enjoy a twilight owl prowl hike/snowshoe on Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust's newest conserved lands near Camden, NY. We're proud and delighted to share this beautiful piece of land, where nature meets history and culture, with you! We'll learn about owls, look and listen for them, and explore animal signs we find along the way. ... Read more

Blake Sanctuary Owl Prowl and Twilight Walk

Family Friendly Event, Reservations Required
Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary 31241 Middle Rd., Watertown, NY

Postponed from April 19th to  Friday, April 26th due to inclement weather. Come and enjoy a twilight walk and owl prowl in the woods with THTLT at the Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary (31241 Middle Road, Watertown, NY). Learn about the ways animals are adapted to a low-light lifestyle, look for all types of animal ... Read more

Morning Bird Walk and Breeding Bird Survey

Reservations Required
Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary 31241 Middle Rd., Watertown, NY

THTLT and the North Country Bird Club will join Jeff Bolsinger, New York State Breeding Bird Atlas III Northern Region Co-Coordinator, for a morning bird walk at the Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary, 31241 Middle Rd, Watertown, to learn about and survey for breeding birds at the sanctuary. The walk starts at 8:00 AM in ... Read more

Bird Quest 2024

Reservations Required

The Tug Hill Bird Quest is a perfect community science activity for Families, Classrooms, Homeschool Groups, Youth Groups or anyone interested in observing birds in the Tug Hill region. It's designed to help students and families within or near the Tug Hill region of New York State learn more about the birds that travel through ... Read more