Tanglewood News (May 27)
If you join or renew as a member of Tanglewood (or any of 11 local cultural organizations!) by the end of June, the Community Foundation of Elmira Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes will kick in an additional donation of $25! Simply visit our website to join or renew by 6/30 and Tanglewood can earn an additional donation up to $2,500!
We have updated information (as of 5/26, aka yesterday) about what we do and don’t know regarding summer camp. You can check it out here! We miss seeing all of our field trip kids this spring, and hope that you and your families are enjoying time spent outdoors. Wear sunscreen. We miss you!
Tanglewood TRAILS ARE OPEN, so enjoy a hike! The nature center is closed until further notice, which means that there are no restrooms for you to use nor water bottle refilling stations – plan ahead – and please remember to hike only with the people you already live with, and to give other hikers a 6′ wide distance as you pass.
What we’re reading and watching this week:
- If you missed this great youtube series on birding last year, a) watch it, it’s wonderful! b) this episode in particular is well worth watching.
- Thankfully Christian Cooper is safe.
- Local STEM news: Apalachin native Doug Hurley is headed to space again! Wishing him a safe journey!
Be well and hike often. Share your photos and nature stories with us!
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.