Here at Teatown, we’re always challenging ourselves to be better environmental stewards. That’s why we’ve set an important goal this year: collect just one bag of trash during the 7+ hour duration of our largest event of the year, EagleFest. Will it be easy? No. Can we do it? Absolutely.
Teatown is a 1000-acre nature preserve and education center located in the Lower Hudson Valley. Our mission is to inspire our community to lifelong environmental stewardship.
From all of us at Teatown, we want to express our sincerest gratitude to everyone who made the 2020 Teatown Hudson River EagleFest such a spectacular day.
To all of the attendees, presenters, volunteers, collaborators, Teatown staff, sponsors (and of course the eagles!): we are so humbled by your support.
EagleFest has grown from its humble beginnings 16 years ago to become a far-reaching regional event, that reaches thousands of our community-members each year with the comeback story of the bald eagle.
The bald eagle has taught us an important lesson: that through education, partnership, and hard work, we CAN inspire our community to lifelong environmental stewardship and protect the health of our planet for future generations.
To view photos from the 2020 event, click here.
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Farewell to our dear friend, Susan Jeffers
January and February in the Gallery: Ed Mertz
Now on exhibit in the Visitor Center: 12 Months of Nature with Ed Mertz. Outside of Ed’s work as an engineer, he enjoyed a lifetime of being out of doors, hiking through parks and woods, fishing, bird watching, observing all nature, and taking thousands of nature photographs. Join us as we celebrate Ed’s life and love of nature.
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