Become a nature detective and learn how to read tracks and signs animals leave behind.
Programs and events
Public Programming update
The health and safety of our visitors and event attendees is always Teatown’s primary concern. Please note the following:
- The Visitor Center is open to the public 7 days a week, 9am – 5pm. Masks must be worn indoors in the Visitor Center and in the Nature Store.
- Masks are no longer required on Teatown trails.
- If a participant in a public program or any member of a participant’s household has any COVID-19 symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19 they must inform Teatown and remain home.
- All participants in public programs must wear face masks in Teatown buildings and observe physical distancing protocols six feet apart as much as reasonably possible during group activities.
- No refunds will be issued for any programs. Credits for future programs will be issued for health-related reasons only.
We welcome you to the preserve and ask you to please give a contribution today. Whether large or small, each donation will help support our staff, maintain our trails, and care for our wildlife ambassadors. Thank you for your support, from all of us at Teatown.
Registering for programs
Pre-registration is required for all programs. Unless otherwise noted, all programs are free for members and $8.00 for non-members.
Online registration is available until noon the day before the program.
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Animal Ambassador Virtual Visits
Have Zoom meetings become the way of life for your family or organization? Teatown has the perfect solution to bring a bit of “edu”tainment to your next meeting – a visit from one of our Teatown Animal Ambassadors.
It's time to lace-up the hiking boots again and take to the trails and enjoy the winter weather! Expand your horizons, learn more about nature, and bond with fellow female hikers. Led by Teatown educators, each hike, depending on weather and trail conditions, will feature different trails at Teatown.
Enjoy this program presented by Anne Swaim, Executive Director of Saw Mill River Audubon, a local chapter of the National Audubon Society based in Chappaqua. Saw Mill River Audubon owns eight local wildlife sanctuaries, offers over 200 free public programs & field trips annually as well as classroom programs and field trips, and helps connect people with nature in the Lower Hudson Valley.