You can do it! Venture out into a cold December morning in search of our native owls with expert Fran Zygmont. We’ll be in search of Barred Owls, Screech Owls, Saw-Whet Owls, and Great Horned Owls. Dress for the weather. Coffee and comestibles will be served beforehand. Optional breakfast at Patty’s après program. 4:00 A.M., Meet at the A. B. Ceder Room. Members: FREE, Non-members: $5.00, Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. Call 860-567-0857 or register online .
Come and take a one hour walk with a llama on a beautiful trail! The cost is $20 per person with a percentage donated to the White Memorial Conservation Center.
2:00 P.M., Meet in the Museum parking lot. Call Debbie from Country Quilt Llama Farm at 860-248-0355 to pre-register or to schedule your very own private llama walk.
Before you wrap the presents, before you scurry out to finish up your last minute holiday “to do” list, why not spend an hour in nature, drinking outlandishly good hot chocolate and eating a tasty homemade scone at the pinnacle of glorious Apple Hill? This is what folks in these parts refer to as “comfort and joy”! 8:00 am, Meet at the Apple Hill Trailhead off East Shore Road. Members: FREE, Non-members: $5.00. You must pre-register by calling 860-567-0857 or register HERE!
We love traditions! Tag along with Marlow as she leads you to the observation platform overlooking Bantam Lake and the Ice House Ruins. Pass by pretty Butternut Brook and indulge yourself in the sights, scents, and sounds of winter. 10 A.M., Meet in front of the A.B. Ceder Room. FREE…Donations will be accepted to help defray the Conservation Center’s programming expenses.
Monday, January 21, 2019
Saturday, March 23, 2019
Set out on this early spring morning to take in the sights and sounds of these two remarkable trails. Will we see beavers, or skunk cabbage, hear peepers, or catch a glimpse at any of the amazing list of birds who call White Memorial “home?” Dress for the weather! 10:00 a.m., Meet in the A. B. Ceder Room, FREE… Donations will be accepted to help defray the Conservation Center’s programming expenses.