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Join us as we venture into the marsh in preparation for our 2022 Voices for the Marsh Photography Show. Basic knowledge of camera functions required. Casual pace with frequent stops for shooting. Quiet periods of listening for wildlife will alternate with q&a sessions. We'll meet in the Spring Lake parking area and move towards the […]
Join us for a walk along the Abbott's Bluff Trail in Roebling Park. Some beautiful fall color should be on display. Trail includes one hill. Meet in Tulpehaking Nature Center Parking Lot. Program is free but registration is required. Register Here. Each First Saturday of the Month, the Friends host a walk to explore a […]
We're sorry but this program has been cancelled. Explore nature up close, really close! We'll guide you through the use of a microscope to examine our collection of insects, butterfly wings, feathers, seeds, plus any natural treasures that you find while we explore outside the nature center. Free program but registration is required. Register for […]
Built on a bluff overlooking Watson’s Creek, the Isaac Watson House was built in 1708, and is recognized as the oldest house in Mercer County. It serves as the headquarters of the New Jersey State Society of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and was restored by NJDAR in 1964.
The Abbott Marshlands will be included this year in the Annual Delaware River Cleanup. Our cleanup location will be on Duck Island at the end of Lamberton Road. Please sign up to join us in helping to keep our part of the Delaware shoreline clean and register for the site: Hamilton: Duck Island at the […]
The land has stories to tell. On Saturday, October 16th, we'll look into the stories told by the archaeological discoveries made at Tulpehaking Nature Center prior to construction with the help of Lauren Lembo, an archaeologist who assisted in the dig. The program will include a short walk on the land and time spent in […]
See the house and grounds by candlelight and explore “behind the curtain” with costumed re-enactors who will entertain visitors with stories and displays about the lives of the “former” residents of this historic property. Luminaria lights will outline the walking path to the house and the house will be lit with replica candlesticks, reminiscent of the […]
We're sorry but this program has been cancelled. Explore nature up close, really close! We'll guide you through the use of a microscope to examine our collection of insects, butterfly wings, feathers, seeds, plus any natural treasures that you find while we explore outside the nature center.
Rise and shine! Join a park naturalist for an early morning hike in one of our parks. Fresh air and the sounds of nature are an excellent way to start your work day. Remember to wear sturdy shoes and to bring a water bottle. Social distancing required; masks are optional. Registration is required. Register here.
This month we’ll be reading the award winning memoir by J. Drew Lanham - The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man’s Love Affair with Nature “I am a man in love with nature. I am an eco-addict, consuming everything that the outdoors offers in its all-you-can-sense, seasonal buffet. I am a wildling, born of […]
Join us for a walk along the historic D&R Canal Towpath. Meet in the parking area of the Northbound Route 295 Scenic Overlook just north of Bordentown. Program is free but registration is required. Register here. Each First Saturday of the Month, the Friends host a walk to explore a different part of the rich […]