A hint of spring…
Tanglewood News March 3, 2021
SUMMER CAMP 2021!
Several weeks of summer camp have sold out – register soon to save your spot!
For camp families: you can check out the different themes for each week, learn more, and sign up today on our website: https://tanglewoodnaturecenter.wildapricot.org/camp
We all know last summer wasn’t quite the one we imagined. But the summer of 2021 can be fun in the sun! Of course, we will follow all laws and regulations from the state of NY and Chemung County – we expect to know more of the details as we get closer to the start of the summer camp season.
Here’s to building more forts, making new friends, and exploring outdoors all summer long in 2021!
What we’re reading this week:
- Should the Finger Lakes be designated a National Heritage Area? (Like the Erie Canalway!) The National Park Service is looking for public’s input about designating the Finger Lakes region as a national heritage area. Public comments will be accepted for a 90-day period, beginning on March 1st, running through June 1st. WENY has a nice roundup of the process here.
- Plant a native tree this spring! DEC operates the Colonel William F. Fox Memorial Saratoga Tree Nursery, which produces tree and shrub seedlings for conservation plantings on public and private lands. Native New York seed sources are used when available. The nursery’s annual spring seedling sale is open to all interested customers in New York and bordering states.
- Every sentence in this Smithsonian piece is just a wild ride.
Be well and hike often. Share your photos and nature stories with us!
Due to the increasing cases of COVID-19 across our region, the Nature Center is closed to the public. The Nature Center will remain closed until 2021. As always, our trails are open! We hope you enjoy the fresh air.
If you’re an online shopper, remember, you can always support Tanglewood (at no additional cost to you) by doing your Amazon shopping at smile.amazon.com. Look for us as Tanglewood Community Nature Center, Inc.
Reminder! Dogs are allowed at Personius Woods, but NOT on the trails by the nature center. We are preserving ground-nesting bird habitats and appreciate your cooperation. We encourage you to hike with your dogs along the streams, fields, and forests at Personius.