A NY History of 5 Wild Animals (Thursday, December 6, 2018 07:00 PM)

Fort Montgomery State Historic Site

Phone: (845) 446-2134

Learn how New York’s sturgeon, beaver, box turtle, wolf and bald eagle have survived 400 years of human settlement. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Environmental Educator Carl Heitmuller will trace the natural histories of some of the Hudson Valley’s most notable species. Pelts, skulls, bones, shells, and even a live box turtle will be shared throughout the program!


PLEASE NOTE: Thursday Night Speaker Series seating is by reservation only. Call (845) 446-2134 to Register. Suggested Donation: $5, Members $3

Fort Montgomery State Historic Site

Phone: (845) 446-2134

Learn how New York’s sturgeon, beaver, box turtle, wolf and bald eagle have survived 400 years of human settlement. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Environmental Educator Carl Heitmuller will trace the natural histories of some of the Hudson Valley’s most notable species. Pelts, skulls, bones, shells, and even a live box turtle will be shared throughout the program!


PLEASE NOTE: Thursday Night Speaker Series seating is by reservation only. Call (845) 446-2134 to Register. Suggested Donation: $5, Members $3

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