Start: 7:30 pm
On Friday, May 3 at a special time, 7:30 p.m.., the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum will be hosting: An Evening Frog Walk! Join Environmental Educator, Pam Golben at the Museum’s Outdoor Discovery Center, on Muser Drive, across from 174 Angola Road, Cornwall, to learn how to identify frogs by their unique calls. Meet the Museum’s native frogs and practice frog monitoring skills with an evening visit to the wetlands in search of these fascinating amphibians. “About ten species of frogs and toads can be found in the Hudson Highlands,” said Golben. “Males of each species make their own unique sound during mating season to advertise for a mate and to defend their territory.” Wear appropriate footwear and bring a flashlight. For adults with or without children and children ages 5 and up. This program is weather dependant and the rain date will be on Saturday, May 4. If weather is questionable, listen for message at 845-534-5506.