Nature Ed-Ventures

LIFE IN THE WOODS:
THE NATURAL & CULTURAL HISTORY OF THE ADIRONDACKS
Sunday, September 21 - Friday, September 26, 2014

A special program for anyone interested in nature and outdoor adventure.
LIFE IN THE WOODS is a carefully designed adventure in learning for anyone wishing to engage in low to moderate level activities while experiencing the fabulous history and extraordinary nature of the Adirondacks. Highlights of the trip include:
  • Bog investigations and bird watching at Ferds Bog
  • Historical tour of Great Camp Sagamore
  • Narrated luncheon cruise on the W.W.Durant on Raquette Lake
  • Canoeing and kayaking on beautiful Raquette Lake (optional)
  • Naturalist-led nature programs
  • Optional hike on Castle Rock Trail
  • Visit to the new natural history museum of the Adirondacks, The Wild Center

Our home base for the duration of our adventure will be at historic Antlers, Cortland University's Outdoor Education Center at Raquette Lake. Fee includes roundtrip transportation, five nights accommodations, meals from dinner on Sunday through lunch on Friday, program fees and use of equipment and materials. SPACE IS LIMITED.

Detailed information will be mailed to all registrants. If interested in receiving this information prior to registration, please call or e-mail us as soon as possible.
Phone: 716-479-9190
E-Mail: nature03@roadrunner.com

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