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Four Coves Biodiversity Project: 2015



Inwood Hill Old Forrest -- Biodiversity Walk

Sunday May 3rd 12-1:30
Join us on an exploration of Inwood Hilll Park, a unique forest island in the heart of New York City.  We'll visit trees that are hundreds of years old, see evidence of the Native American community that once lived there, and observe some of the plants and animals that call this forest home. Please arrive a little early. We are meeting on the corner of 218th Street and Indian Road at the entrance of Inwood Hill Park.  



Sherman Creek and High Bridge Biodiversity Walk and Field Work

Sunday June 28th 1-2:30


Muscota Marsh and Mud Flats -- Biodiversity Walk

Sunday July 26th 2-3:30
At one time, wetlands ringed the island of Manhat-tan.  Today, there are few small wetlands left.  Wet-lands are very important to the ecology of coastal areas and are the home of many animals and plants.  During this walk, we'll visit sites where Inwood Hill Park meets the Harlem River to learn more about this amazing habitat and what we can do to protect it.  We are meeting on the corner of 218th Street and Indian Road at the entrance of Inwood Hill Park/Muscota Marsh.  

Please arrive a little early. Sturdy shoes or boots and long sleeves recommended.  Bring a rain coat if needed and snacks and water.  

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