DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION
Fall-Spring Hours: *Saturdays and Sundays (and Friday, April 19) from 12pm-4pm
-Please note, there will be no “Meet the Animals” on March, 10, 30 & 31
*The WEC will be CLOSED on the following date(s): Saturday, February 23, Sunday, April 21, and Saturday, April 27 for our Earth Day Celebration
Summer Hours: (Memorial Day to Labor Day) Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 12pm-4pm
Meet the Animals: Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm & 2:30pm *year round (*Except dates noted above)
Please note: We have some big changes coming soon with our new “Stomping Grounds” exhibit opening in April! Keep your eyes open for changes, and please excuse our mess as we prepare. We hope you will join us this spring to learn about our local habitats!
25 Boulevard, Cornwall-on-Hudson. Find directions here
Museum Members - Free. Not-yet-Members - $5 per person ages 3 and up
About the WEC
The Wildlife Education Center (WEC) is the home of many animals that can be found in our local woods, fields, ponds and rivers including, rabbits, turtles, frogs, toads, salamanders, snakes and fish. As well as a screech owl, a great horned owl, and of course the crowd favorite, Edgar, our resident crow that says "hello!"
You can also enjoy our on-going family friendly programs and exhibits included in admission:
"Meet the Animals": Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm & 2:30pm. This program made possible in part by The William Froelich Foundation
The "Birds On The Wing" exhibit in the Ogden Gallery: This interactive and engaging exhibit will provide a new level of engagement for visitors featuring interactive elements for kids of all ages. Join us for a bird picnic, don your own set of wings, settle down in a comfy nest, observe bird behavior and see how your wingspan compares to some of the Hudson Valley’s biggest birds. While you play, find out what makes birds amazing. How do woodpeckers make holes without getting brain damage? Why are hawks so good at hunting? What are birds saying to each other when they make all that noise? Which birds can you expect to see in your back yard?This exhibit made possible in part by The Dorr Foundation
Click here to enjoy a brief video in order to learn more about the Wildlife Education Center, the Nature Museum, its mission, and some of the many wonderful programs offered!
For more information call 845-534-7781