Dusk finds daytime animals preparing to sleep and nighttime animals beginning to stir. During this peaceful time of day, nocturnal wildlife begin to prepare for a busy night of foraging.
On Thursday, August 25th, New York State Park’s Long Island Regional Environmental Education Office will hold an hour-and-a-half naturalist led, hands on exploration of the trails in the during this special time of day.
This family oriented program is ideal for children ages 5 and up. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The fee for children ages 3 to 17 is $3 and for adults $4. Children under 3 are free. Without an Empire Passport, parking is $8.
Registration is required and can be done up to and including Thursday afternoon by calling the Environmental Education Office at (631) 581-1072.
It is suggested that participants bring a bottle of water, comfortable walking shoes, and bug spray.
An evening stroll in the park is a wonderful opportunity for families to discover the unique trails and wildlife in this beautiful locale.
When: Thursday, August 25, 2011
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Where: Nissequogue River State Park, 799 St. Johnland Road, Kings Park
Meet at the park administration/visitors office
Phone # (631) 581-1072
Why: To enjoy an educational stroll along the tails in the Nissequogue River State Park.