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Wild Neighbors Nature Connection is a guiding service that seeks to help people discover meaningful connection with the gift, the adversity, and the wonder of wild nature in New York's Adirondack Park. You can expect a WNNC event to be fun, engaging, interactive, and informative. You can check out the Tours page to see a representative list of WNNC offerings. If you'd like to schedule a WNNC tour, for yourself, your family, or a community group that you're a part of, Nature Guide Rich Hanlon would love to plan a guided tour customized to your interests.

 
 

Mission

Wild Neighbors Nature Connection's mission is to interpret the natural and cultural history of the Adirondack landscape to enrich visitor experience and kindle neighborly connections between people and nature.

 
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