The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum in Cornwall-on-Hudson has announced a new summer drop-off program for children interested in learning about the outdoors.
Students heading into kindergarten, first grade, or second grade are eligible to participate in the program at the Wildlife Education Center. They will join nature educators to learn about the animals that call the Hudson Highlands their home.
During each unique session, a different animal will be highlighted and celebrated. This will give the students opportunities to meet the creatures up close. Each session also includes a tour of the Hall of Animals before heading outdoors to play and hike.
Children should bring a water bottle and snack with them each day.
The program will be offered from 12:30pm to 3:30pm on Mondays – June 27, July 11, August 8, and August 15, 2022. Admission is $30 per child, per session. Registration opens tomorrow and can be completed here.
The Hudson Highland Nature Museum is a non-profit that houses many animals, including rabbits, turtles, frogs, toads, salamanders, snakes, fish, a screech owl, a great horned owl, and a resident crow.