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Outdoor Discovery Center

On Muser Drive, across from 174 Angola Road, Cornwall, NY - 845-534-5506
Mail: P.O. Box 451, Cornwall, NY 12518 - Fax 845-534-4581 - No dogs on preserve
Nature Play - Nature Programs - Trails - Visitors Center 10am-4pm Sat & Sun
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Wildlife Education Center

25 Boulevard Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 845-534-7781
Open Fri – Sun 12pm – 4pm. Animal Program Sat and Sun at 1pm & 2:30pm
Live Native Animals I Special Exhibits I Story Walk

Exhibits at the Wildlife Education Center

The Wildlife Education Center is open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sunday from 12pm-4pm with "Meet the Animals" on Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm and 2:30pm. 
Admission is $3 for Non-Members. Museum Members are free.

Birds on the Wing

NEW FOR 2017! This interactive and engaging exhibit will provide a new level of engagement for visitors featuring interactive elements for kids of all ages. Join us for a bird picnic, don your own set of wings, settle down in a comfy nest, observe bird behavior and see how your wingspan compares to some of the Hudson Valley’s biggest birds. While you play, find out what makes birds amazing. How do woodpeckers make holes without getting brain damage? Why are hawks so good at hunting? What are birds saying to each other when they make all that noise? Which birds can you expect to see in your back yard?

Join us for the" Birds on the Wing" Exhibit Grand Opening! 

Time and Date: Saturday, January *28th & Sunday, January 29th 12 - 4pm
*Ribbon Cutting Ceremony January 28 12:15pm
Admission: Not-yet-Members $3 Adults & Children 3 & up. Members: Free

Explore the fascinating world of birds and expand your knowledge of our local species. Use our state of the art microEye Discovery microscope to study adaptations by getting a close up look at bird feathers, learn to build a nest, play bird games, and get down and birdy about conservation! Activities include crafts, refreshments, bird crafts, a free gift for sponsoring one of the resident birds, and special birdthemed Meet the Animals programs at 1pm and 2:30pm
 

This exhibit made possible in part by The Dorr Foundation and Orange & Rockland Utilities.

The Living Hudson Exhibit

A multi-sensory experience full of the flora and fauna native to the Hudson Estuary. Follow the journey as water trickles down a highland creek into a wetland pond. The pond empties into a freshwater stream which then joins the Hudson River Estuary.

Visit our many native reptiles and amphibians on exhibit. 
Learn about their diets, habitat and fascinating adaptations.

This exhibit generously sponsored by Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc and Vemma Nutrition.

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