Warm nights in May turn normally secretive gray treefrogs and spring peepers into superstars! Naturalist Tom Meier takes you on a video excursion to Baltimore Woods to witness the wildest pond party of spring. Special guests include gray treefrogs, spring peepers, green frogs, bull frogs, American toads, and more!
More details: When you register, we’ll ask you to provide the email you’d like to use to view the program. On June 4th at 12pm, all registered participants will receive a personal email invitation from Connect BWNC with a link to view the program directly from Vimeo. The program will be available for viewing until June 30th at 12pm, so you can watch it more than once if you like!
Registration for this program will be rolling throughout the month until June 29th, allowing participants who sign up any time during the month to receive an invitation link within 24 hours.
Free program; suggested donation $10: We are pleased to continue to offer virtual program experiences for our community to have engaging experiences with nature and stay connected with the Baltimore Woods preserve and staff no matter where you are! These programs take our education team significant time and effort to produce and if you can support us with a donation, it is greatly appreciated. Our typical in-person programs run at $9 per person, and if you are able, we suggest a donation of $10 per household for this virtual program experience. In light of these challenging times, we understand that not everyone will be able to make a contribution, and that others may be able to help support our environmental education programming with a larger donation – no gift is too small, and we thank you for your support!
If you’re looking for more virtual content like this, please check out Nature in Your Hands…at Home on our website where you’ll find new content added each week, including nature videos, activities, games, and stories for nature enthusiasts of all ages. Thank you for allowing us to be your resource for environmental education and stewardship in Central New York.