Central Park Nature: Winter Wonderland Walk

Join Ken Chaya, artist, urban naturalist and creator of the celebrated tree map Central Park Entire, for unique nature walks in Central Park.

Discover obscure footpaths and architectural features, and spot resident and migrant birds (bring binoculars!). Signed maps available at a discount for all attendees.

Winter is a great time to get to see unusual blossoms, such as witch hazel and snowdrops. The ramble feeders attract a variety of hungry birds, including woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, finches and sparrows, and the reservoir is home to some exotic waterfowl migrants, including mergansers, buffleheads, wood ducks, ruddy ducks and even loons.











When: Thu., Feb. 23, 2017 at 10:00 am
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $35
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Join Ken Chaya, artist, urban naturalist and creator of the celebrated tree map Central Park Entire, for unique nature walks in Central Park.

Discover obscure footpaths and architectural features, and spot resident and migrant birds (bring binoculars!). Signed maps available at a discount for all attendees.

Winter is a great time to get to see unusual blossoms, such as witch hazel and snowdrops. The ramble feeders attract a variety of hungry birds, including woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, finches and sparrows, and the reservoir is home to some exotic waterfowl migrants, including mergansers, buffleheads, wood ducks, ruddy ducks and even loons.

Buy tickets/get more info now