What Happens After Dark

02aug7:30 pm9:30 pmWhat Happens After Dark7:30 pm - 9:30 pm(GMT-04:00)

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Barred Owl – Photo credit: Anthony Goldman/Audubon Photography Awards

Rain date: August 9

Families (with children ages 5 and up) will gather for a nighttime activity to explore the wonders about what really happens while we are asleep. Escape those fears of the dark as we step out to learn about some of our local nocturnal species. 

Please wear comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and shoes. Be sure to also bring plenty of water to stay hydrated.

Several benches and an accessible Porta-Potty are available on site.

Register online at doas.us/summer2024/

Our Presenters:

Camille Robinson-Parisi is a rising junior at Mount Holyoke College pursuing a degree in Environmental Studies and Spanish. This is their first year with DOAS, though they have been a part of many outdoor education summer programs in the past. Cami enjoys spending time outdoors and sharing their knowledge on all things birds!

Kaylee Haig is a graduating senior from SUNY Oneonta who is studying Human Development and Family Studies. This is her first year with DOAS. She has had experience with children of all ages through many different educational programs.


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