St. Lawrence Land Trust Guided Bird Walk onSaturday, May 8, 8am. Dr. Tom Langen will lead a bird walk at Upper and Lower Lakes Wildlife Management Area. We’ve had great success with sightings in the past. Thus it is limited to 15 people to respect distancing and create a great experience for those attending. Please RSVP to our email stlawlandtrust @ stlawlandtrust.org to reserve your spot.
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1050 South Hammond Road
Hammond, NY 13646
North Country Orienteering is holding a scavenger hunt event in South Hammond State Forest. Flags will be hung in the forest and indicated on a detailed topographic map with some land features marked. Using only that map and a compass, find as many flags in the allotted time: 3, 6 or 9 hours. We are schedule- and pandemic-friendly: Arrive at any time on or after 7 am, study the map for as long as you want, and begin when you are ready. No mass start. You can be competitive or just enjoy a hike in the woods. This is a great way to explore North Country terrain off-trail. If you are n
46001 new Connecticut Road
Theresa, NY 13691
Professor Plum in the Library with the Wrench? Miss Scarlett in the Conservatory with the Revolver? Come join us at Pulpit Rock State Forest and the adjacent Thousand Island Land Trust parcels for a classic game of Clue with some variation. Your goal is to determine who killed Mr. Boddy, in which room, with which weapon, and (we have added) for what motive. Each hidden flag you find helps you eliminate one of these particulars. Get them all, and you know whodunit, where, with what, and why. Otherwise, you’re going to have to take a guess.