Habitat Exploration at Fox Hollow Preserve
with North Shore Land Alliance
Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.
Join North Shore Land Alliance and Russell Burke for a nature exploration at Fox Hollow Preserve in Laurel Hollow. How do Long Island’s frogs, toads and salamanders get through the winter? Russell will explain overwintering strategies on an exploration of this much-loved preserve.
This preserve is 26 acres and consists of mature oak woods with a stand of white pine planted early in the last century. Four trails traverse the steep terrain. These hills were recently home to a family of foxes. Red-tailed and broad-winged hawks are often sighted and great horned owls are known to use the area.
Our Walks in the Woods are free and open to the public. Registration is required! For more information about the North Shore Land Alliance Walks in the Woods Program, please contact Jane Jackson at (516) 922-1028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT OUR WALKS IN THE WOODS
The North Shore Land Alliance Walks in the Woods nature education program is a series of free, educational and interactive explorations.
They are designed to guide visitors of all ages through Long Island parks and nature preserves, many of which are off the beaten path, for investigation while educating them about the wildlife and plants that call them home. Participants also gain an understanding and appreciation of local land conservation and its benefits to our food and water supplies and wildlife habitats and its connection to the strength and health of our communities. Read more..