2012 Annual Gathering and Field Day
Young milk snake found by guests on family friendly amphibian field trip
Snake expert Kiley Briggs shares what can be learnt about snakes from the skin they shed
Paddling on the Peaceful Poultney
The second canoe trip went in search of the remains of a revolutionary war ship, only exposed during very low waters.
Low Water Exposed Mud Flats Ideal for Finding Mussels
Learning About Habitat Connectivity Between the Adirondack and Green Mountains
Who ate my lunch? Snake expert Kiley Briggs brought his pet snake on the fieldtrip
Keynote speaker Doug Tallamy led a bug finding field trip, and inspired us all to think about insects in a different way
Monica Earhart talks of working with local towns to consider wildlife movement as they plan development
This bug found by the group was worthy of a portrait!
Endangered Fluted Mussel
Freshwater Ecology by Canoe on the Poultney River
Mom and kids delight in discovering what a live snake feels like
Director of Science Rose Paul identifies mussels on canoe trip.
Another Field Trip Find -- A Turtle Shell
Field trip guests searched for snakes, hawks and shipwrecks at the Helen W. Buckner Preserve at Bald Mountain - and found them all