Interested in Working for Teatown?  Join Our Team as a Bilingual Environmental Educator:

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Fall at Teatown...A Great Place for a Hike:

Our Twin Lakes Trail...ranked one of the 9 Must Try Hikes by the Journal News! 


In the Nature Center Gallery:

The Hudson River Rug Hookers is a group of local women who have been meeeting for more than 20 years enjoying the fiber art which uses tradtional rug hooking as its medium.  Traditional rug hooking is perhaps America's only indigenous folk art, having begun in the middle of the 19th century when burlap sacking became widely available, and, when it was finished being used as a carrier of foods and other things, went on to a second life as the backing for rugs which were created by pulling up strands of fabric through the burlap and creating a pile on the top. Their rugs will be on display in the Nature Center from November 5 -December 31.


Save the Date:  Teatown's Hudson River EagleFest!  Saturday, February 6 (snow date:  Sunday, Feb. 7):

Location:  Eagle Headquarters, Croton Point Park! 9 am - 4 pm

More details to come...





View Some Amazing Camera Trap Photos Captured at Teatown:

An Update on The Croft:

An Update on the September 30, 2015 deadline for submissions for the Croft:

The Board of Directors of Teatown has decided to defer a final decision on the future of the Croft pending Teatown’s completion of a capital needs and resources assessment currently underway.


Upcoming Events

  • Trail Trek - After the Turkey


    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Time to reinvigorate after too much turkey and football!  HIke the Twin Lakes Trail through woodlands and wetlands to Teatown's highest point.  HIke length 2.5 miles, some steep sections, wear hiking boots.  Rain cancels.   For Adults.

    (This hike is made possible through a generous grant from Con Edison for our Trails Green Stewardship Program.  This program provides a valuable opportunity for the trail network to be enjoyed and used for learning about various wildlife and habitats.)


  • Decorate a Tree for Wildlife


    10:00 am - 11:30 am

    Join us for a Teatown holiday tradition that celebrates nature's gift to us by creating decorations with goodies for the birds, squirrels and other wildlife.

  • Animal Encounters - Herbivores


    11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Meet a few of Teatown ambassadors in this program featuring rodents, rabbits and other plant eaters.  All welcome.


Deer Management at Teatown 2015

Information on Teatown’s Deer Management Program 2015 here


Happenings Around Teatown

Click here to read press articles written about Teatown.





  • Teatown's Annual Meeting

    November 2, 2015

    Thank you to everyone who attended Teatown’s Annual Meeting on Sunday. We were especially pleased to honor Stuart Mackintosh who has served as Teatown’s Treasurer for the past 24 years. We thank Stuart for his commitment to Teatown along with board members Brooke Beebe, Mary Berry, Matt George and Naomi Marrow who all completed their terms on the board.

  • Senator Carlucci Hikes the Twin Lakes Trail at Teatown

    October 7, 2015

    Teatown welcomed Senator Carlucci on September 26 as he hiked the Twin Lake Trail with his constituents in connection with Hudson River Valley Ramble!

  • DISH Employees Volunteer at Teatown on Wildflower Island

    October 2, 2015

    A BIG thank you to DISH for their volunteer service at Teatown last weekend. They assisted us in repairing an area of fence around Wildflower Island which was damaged from a tree downed by beaver. They custom fit wire fencing to add to our existing exclosure and collected large rocks to pin down the sections.