You can experience Wild Walk now. A trail across the treetops. Opened to the world, starting July 4, 2015, 10:00 a.m.
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Surprise nest box inhabitants—looks like a red squirrel family has taken over our next box. Check back often and watch their growth, email us if you see something interesting.
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This nest cam is located on The Wild Center grounds. It is an infrared, black and white camera that can provide viewing inside a darkened birdhouse.
Throughout the year there are eXpeditions, snowshoe hikes, guided birding walks, BYOB (boat!) trips, talks and more. Find out more.
There's a day's worth of things to see and do at the 54,000-square-foot Center and on our 81-acre campus.
Come explore the exhibit halls, meet one of our many animals at an animal encounter, take a woodland walk down to the Raquette River, join us for a live show, or watch one of many amazing films produced by The Wild Center. It's all covered by your single admission.
Wild Walk is open too, a chance to walk over the tree tops, and explore life the way it's lived on the wilder side.
The Wild Center's movie, A Matter of Degrees, narrated by Sigourney Weaver, was a finalist at the Banff Mountain Film Festival and first prize winner at the National Association for Interpretation. Filmed exclusively for The Wild Center's wide screen, it's screened each day.
Get a fast and easy email note about all the upcoming Wild Center events.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services named The Wild Center on of 15 museum finalists for the National Medal for Museum and Library Service. The medal is the nation's highest honor for museums, recognizing institutions for their extraordinary public service and remarkable contributions to their communities.
We have an entire hall dedicated to this giant globe experience where you can see the whole planet, and tons of stories that you can only really see from a space-age view.