We will be tapping the maple trees soon and registration has begun for our Pancake Brunch!
Saturday, March 19 at Teatown
Seating times: 8:30 am, 9:45 am, 11:00 am, 12:15 pm
Register soon as this event fills up quickly...
More information here.
THANK YOU to everyone who helped make
EagleFest a great success!
Interested in Working for Teatown?
Join Our Team as a Bilingual Environmental Educator:
View the full job description for the Bilingual Environmental Educator here.
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.
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Ferrets? Owls? Snakes? Rabbits? Meet a few of Teatown's animal ambassadors and create a valentine to decorate their home. Families with children 4 years old and up.
2/15/2016 - 2/19/2016
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Shake off the winter blues at Teatown! The week will be filled with games, crafts, and outdoor activities to energize the house-bound child. Dress your child appropriately for the weather. Full day campers should pack a lunch. Snack is provided. Register by the day or for the full session, fee prorated. 4-5 year olds. M/$170 NM/$200
2/15/2016 - 2/19/2016
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Shake off the winter blues at Teatown! The week will be filled with games, crafts, and outdoor activities to energize the house-bound child. Dress your child appropriately for the weather. Full day campers should pack a lunch. Snack is provided. Register by the day or for the full session, fee prorated. 6-12 year olds. M/$325 NM/$355
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.
January 8, 2016
Congratulations to three of our Teatown Environmental Science Academy (TESA) alumni, Kimberly Nicole Badger, Soon il Junko Higashino (students at Ossining High School) and Amar Bhardwaj of the Hong Kong International School, who were named semifinalists in the Intel Science Talent Search, the prestigious national high-school science competition. Kimberly Nicole Badger’s research project is entitled “Urban Forests Fail to Provide Adequate Habitat for Native Woodpecker Species.” Soon il Junko Higashino’s project is entitled, “Species Richness of Cutaneous Bacteria Varies with Urbanization: Implications of the Effects of Habitat Conditions on Defense Mechanisms of Plethodon cinereus.CONTINUE READING