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Tuesday, May 5… We’ll take a walk to a local vernal pool to look for signs of springtime activity by wood frogs, spring peepers, and spotted salamanders. These animals migrated to the breeding pools recently and have been busily mating and laying eggs! Meet at 6:30 pm at Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery parking lot, […]
Visit the Wildlands on a spring evening to hear and see American woodcock do their spring mating display. Night creatures will be venturing out, peepers and wood frogs will be singing, and we might even hear an early whippoorwill or nighthawk calling. All ages welcome; no dogs, please. Meet at South Gate on Rte. 1 […]