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Edgewood Preserve Activities Summer 2008

Edgewood Preserve SUMMER 2008 EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

All events are free and take place at the Edgewood Preserve (unless otherwise noted). Meet just inside the parking area. Rain cancels all events, clouds do not.
The Edgewood Preserve is located on Commack Road in Deer Park. All hiking trails are flat and easy to walk. No experience is necessary for any of our events.
For all events, we suggest br inging water and insect repellent.

AUGUST
Saturday, August 2, 8:00AM-10:00AM
Mountain Biking Adventure
Get up early to ride the mountain bike trails at Edgewood. Approximately 8 miles. We’ll ride from Edgewood to the old bridge to Otsego Park, then to site of proposed intermodal facility and finally to the Sagtikos Woods. Info: Denis at 631-836-2616 or denisbyrne@yahoo.com

Saturday, August 2, 9:30AM-11:30AM
Seatuck To Lead Hike at Edgewood!
Come explore the Edgewood property with Tom Vitti, a naturalist with Seatuck Environmental Association.
Space is limited; registration is required for this hike. Info: 631-356-3681 or www.seatuck.org.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 10AM
NYSDEC ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATORS TO LEAD FAMILY WALK AT EDGEWOOD PRESERVE!
ECO-EXPLORATIONS
This is a hike for students of nature from 7 years old and older, with a parent. NYSDEC Educators will lead a hike at Oak Brush Plains at Edgewood, exploring the different habitats there. We will find wildlife, forests, and the remnants of human habitation being swallowed up by the fields and forests. Dress for hiking – long pants and socks are strongly recommended. Bring binoculars and something to drink. For more info: NYS DEC at 631-444-0347 or Friends of Edgewood at 242-7402, box#3

Saturday, August 16, 9:00AM
Bird Walk
Come walk with us and learn about the birds of Edgewood. You will see and hear some extraordinary birds.
No experience necessary. Binoculars are helpful. Info: Mary Beth at 631-838-4801 or tww77@optonline.net

Sunday, August 17, 8:00AM-10:30AM
Summer Hike
Hike from Otsego Park to Edgewood Preserve with interesting stops along the way. Approximately six miles. Info: Denis at 631-836-2616 or denisbyrne@yahoo.com.

SEPTEMBER
Saturday, September 13, 10:00AM-12:00PM
Field Trip led by Long Island Botanical Society! Come learn about the diversity of plant life at Edgewood
from Dr. Andrew Greller, Professor of Biology Emeritus at Queens College. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to walk the preserve with an award-winning botanist and ecologist. Wildflower guide and camera are helpful but not necessary. Long sleeves/pants are recommended.

Sunday, September 21, 9:00AM
Bird Walk See 8/16 for information.

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