Nature Connection Excursions

The quintessential Wild Neighbors Nature Connection experience! Begin by releasing the tension you've been holding in your body as you receive the forest's welcome. Engage your senses along the way. Meet the Adirondack Park's colorful cast of characters. Make the acquaintance with the pioneers, collaborators, tricksters, free spirits and non-conformists of nature's community. Learn some of the relationships that connect forest organisms bringing dynamic balance to the collective whole. Discover your own place of belonging here. Nature Connection Excursions can involve lots of trail walking or no walking at all. This can include traversing some of the most challenging terrain in the Adirondack Park, or it can be made to be a handicapped accessible experience.

Nature Connection Programs for Kids

For families and community groups. Maybe it's exploring the insect life in a creek or in a rotting log in the forest. Maybe it's seeing birds and small mammals up close at the Bloomingale Bog and learning about their lives and relationships. Maybe it's a short hike where we learn about the rocks of the Adirondacks (and some that can be picked up with a magnet!). You can expect Wild Neighbors Nature Connection Programs for Kids to be fun, engaging, and educational.

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Moose Country Meanderings

Explore the northern reaches of New York's Adirondack Park from Deer River Flow to Debar Mountain. Step into some of the best moose habitat in the Adirondacks. Make your way past bogs, marshes, lakes, and flows through lowland spruce/fir and mixed deciduous/coniferous forests. Learn about Adirondack moose and other wildlife from tracks and sign along the trail. While seeing one in the flesh is never guaranteed, this presents your best chance of getting a look at this rare and illusive dweller of the north woods. Take home a plaster cast of an Adirondack moose track.

Whiteface Mountain Tours

From lakeshore to mountaintop, discover yourself in the story of young mountains, ancient rocks, and a glacier carved landscape that's home to well-adapted Adirondack wildlife. Meet the endangered Bicknell's thrush, the hardy mountain sandwort, and other wild neighbors. Learn the fascinating history of Whiteface Memorial Highway. Find your peace among the mountain's awesome vistas and stratified habitat zones.  Client is responsible for Whiteface Memorial Highway fees.

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Guided Birding

Whether you're hoping to locate and observe a specific species or you'd like a more general look into the lives of the birds who make a home in New York's Adirondack Park, this is for you!  Depending on the bird species participants wish to experience, this may be a multi-stop tour. Birding Tours can be made to be a handicapped accessible experience.


Contact Rich to schedule an event.