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New Nature Trail – Creation Walk – Marilla, NY

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11759 Bullis Road, Marilla, NY 14102, USA

There is a new nature trail called Creation Walk in Marilla. The First Baptist Church of Marilla created the trail in 59 acres. It runs along a creek, is 1 1/4 miles and you walk through tree and fieldRead more

Nature View Park – Amherst, NY

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1087 Tonawanda Creek Road, Amherst, NY

Nature View Park at 1087 Tonawanda Creek Road in Amherst offers 1254 acres of wetlands, forests and meadows. Parking Lot across from Amherst Veterans Canal Park. Gravel parking lot. Open all the time.

Arctic Edge for Polar Bears Now Open at Buffalo Zoo – 2016

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300 Parkside Ave, Buffalo, NY 14214, USA

New Arctic Edge exhibit for Polar Bears at Buffalo Zoo features two polar bears, Luna and her mother, Anana. Arctic Edge will also be home to American bald eagles, Eurasian Lynx and Arctic Wolves. Zoo admission is $10.50, seniors 65+ areRead more

Owens Falls in East Aurora, NY – Next Steps Before Opening

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Owen Falls, East Aurora, NY

Owen Falls in East Aurora was acquired in the fall of 2016 by the Western NY Land Conservancy. We have gotten numerous requests about when it will be open. There will be a trail system for hiking and snowshoeing.Read more

Sky High – Mountain Coaster – Aerial Park at Holiday Valley – Ellicottville, NY

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Holiday Valley, Route 219, Ellicottville, NY 14731

Holiday Valley’s Newest outdoor adventure – the SKY HIGH Aerial Park and Mountain Coaster – with zip lines, challenges and more. It’s $45 for 3 hours. Aerial Park The Aerial Park is a series of platforms and bridges builtRead more

Daemon and Brenda Young Enviro Newsletter- January 2017 – Buffalo NY

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Buffalo, NY

The Enviro Newsletter  published by Brenda Young at Daemon features the latest events, job openings, grants, teacher resources and more. Get the January 2017 Newsletter.