Theodore Roosevelt Programs and Events

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UPCOMING PROGRAMS AND EVENTS AT THE SANCTUARY:

Friday, July 18: Kids Night Out! The Great OutS'mores
6:00 pm- 8:30 pm. Ages 8+
For more information: 516-922-3200, gtudda@audubon.org
Parents, take the night off while your kids explore all the wilderness has to offer. Kids will work together to pitch tents, search for critters, play games, and more! The night will end with stories, songs, and marshmallows around a campfire.
$25/ child. Registration required
 
Thursday, August 7, 21: Sunset Kayak and Birdwatching Tour
6:00pm- 8:30pm. Ages 10+
For more information: 516-922-3200, jnelsen@audubon.org
Join us for a relaxing evening paddle around beautiful Oyster Bay Harbor to learn about and see some of the shore birds, including herons, egrets, and osprey, that make northern Long Island home for the summer. Participants should wear water shoes and clothes that they do not mind getting wet. Please bring binoculars if you have them.
$30 per person- includes kayak, paddle, life jacket, and guide
*Kayaks are limited. Reservations are on a first call, first serve basis.
Please join us with your own kayak for $20

Friday, August 8: Nature After Dark
7:30pm. Ages 7+.
For more information: (516) 922-3200, gtudda@audubon.org
In nature, many animals begin to wake up after you have gone to bed. Spend an evening at the sanctuary for a live animal show with our nocturnal residents. Following is a night hike to search for these mysterious creatures while doing activities to challenge your senses in the dark.
$7 members/ $10 non members

Saturday, August 16: Meet Our Raptors
1:00pm. All Ages.
For more information: 516-922-3200, gtudda@audubon.org
Spend a Saturday with our raptors! The Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary is home to many birds of prey including hawks, owls, falcons, and a vulture, that can no longer live on their own in the wild. Come out to meet and learn about some of these amazing animals from one of our knowledgeable naturalists.
$5 members/ $8 non-members

*NEW* TR Frequent Flyer Passport

frequent flyer passport

WHO: Anyone who attends a Public Program (child or adult) at TR will receive a Frequent Flyer Passport
WHAT: Get your card stamped every time you attend a public program. On the 6th visit, turn in your card for a free program, restrictions apply.
WHEN: Come down to the Sanctuary today to receive your card
WHY: We want to thank you for supporting our Sanctuary!
"Like" our Facebook page for a free stamp
Restrictions: Stamps cannot be earned with group programs or field trips. The free program is not valid for vacation break programs. It carries a redeemable value of $10 towards a program. One person per card. Cards carry no cash value if lost or stolen.

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