Happy Holidays & Best Wishes for 2018!
Visit your marshlands. Winter can be magical! While much of nature rests, there are birds to see and hear, plants with bare stems and buds that make identifications more challenging, and on a warm day even insects for the discerning eye. On cold days, ice can provide interesting patterns and textures, and you may find wing and foot prints in snow.
- Art Exhibit – on going
- Water and upland trail apps
Note: some programs require registration & locations vary.
(TNC = Tulpehaking Nature Center, information at bottom.)
Dec. 29, Exhibit ends. Noon – 4 p.m. At The Essence: Wildlife Reliefs. Art Exhibit. Artist Susan Hoenig. Tulpehaking Nature Center, 157 Westcott Avenue, Hamilton NJ 08610. For information: 609-888-3218.
Watch for January offerings! The 2018 schedule will be out in early January. New for 2018 will be a series of 1st Saturday walks, especially for those insecure about walking the Abbott Marshland trails and who would like to learn about trails with a guide, but also for those who want to get out into nature on a regular basis. Guides and locations will vary. These, ‘Fitness Walks’, are cosponsored by Robert Woods Johnson Hospital -Hamilton and the Tulpehaking Nature Center, and Friends for the Abbott Marshlands.
Also: To complement your marshland bird viewing, see the ‘Feather and Flight’ exhibit at D&R Greenway Land Trust, Dec. 4, 2017- Feb. 2018. (Johnson Education Center, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton, NJ).
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*App – Abbott Marshlands Paddling Tour –free; it can be downloaded: TravelStory GPS available through the App Store and on Google Play.
Explore the Abbott Marshlands with a guide or walk or paddle the trails on your own! If you are an inexperienced paddler, not familiar with tidal rivers, you are strongly encouraged to learn with an experienced guide.
Walking trail maps are available for Roebling Park, Northern Community Park, the Bordentown Bluffs, and the D&R Canal State Park Tow Path Trail, see njtrails.org.
Abbott Marshlands Stewardship Council: The 2016 Council report, with 5-year summary, is available: (http://abbottmarshlands.org/resources-bibliography/).
Tupehaking Nature Center – 157 Westcott Ave., Hamilton, NJ:
Center hours: Fridays & Saturdays – 10 AM-4 PM, Sundays – noon – 4 PM;
other times for programs and by appointment.
Manager and naturalist –Kelly Rypkema – 609-888-3218.Share