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Our Programs

Our programs are open to all and free to the public although we're not too proud to say a donation wouldn't be nice! We strive to offer programs which you have expressed an interest in; if there's something you'd like to see us offer please let us know.

Please scroll down to see our upcoming programs!

Sunday, October 1 @ 10:00am, Saxon Woods

Foraging for Beginners

Join Taro Ietaka and Cristina Ortiz to learn how to safely and ethically harvest wild plants and mushrooms. Get started on making every walk a delicious one! Trailhead in swimming pool parking lot off Mamaroneck Rd near Hutchison Parkway.

Explore and Get to Know the Galapagos

Presenters: Susan Fried and Lisa Curtis

Sunday, October 15, 3:00 PM Harrison Library 2 Bruce Ave. Harrison, NY 10528

The Galapagos is a life changing trip, as it surely was for Charles Darwin, and if you're planning on heading there, this is the program for you! We will give you an overview of the area, both the natural history of the landscape as well as the wildlife you can expect to see if you plan to go. If this trip seems out of reach for now we'd encourage you to come and see some intimate photos which will bring it all within reach even as you sit in the library. Susan Fried and Lisa Curtis, Board members of Central Westchester Audubon, have traveled there and want to share the magic with you.

Come Learn a Few Photography Tips!

When: Saturday, October 28/Rain date CHANGED: November 11th

Where: Marshlands Conservancy Time: 9:00 AM

Length: 90 minutes, but you can leave early if necessary

Chris Mignone, a board member, nature lover and gifted photographer, will help us learn how to use our cameras for the best possible shots of the great outdoors. Please bring your point and shoot or dSLR cameras, batteries fully charged and memory card ready, and we'll head out to see what there is to see. We will be outside the entire time so please dress accordingly. Check our Facebook page if weather is an issue - cancellation will be posted by 7:00 AM in the morning.