Join experts at the Mount Rose Preserve in Hopewell Township as they identify as many plant and animal species as possible! Each hike offered throughout the day will focus on a different group - birds, insects, plants, reptiles, amphibians, and more! See schedule below.


BIRDS 6-8am
with Sharyn Magee of Washing Crossing Audubon Society and Bill Lynch of NJ Conservation Foundation

BIRDS 8-10am
with Sharyn Magee of Washington Crossing Audubon Society

HERPS (reptiles & amphibians) 9-11:30am
with Mark Manning and Justin Lee

FUNGI 9:30-11am
with John and Nina Burghardt of New Jersey Mycological Association

PLANTS 10am-12pm
with Gemma Milly

NETTING INSECTS - KIDS PROGRAM 10:30am-12pm
with Emile DeVito of NJ Conservation Foundation and Jeff Hoagland of Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association

BUTTERFLIES & DRAGONFLIES 10:30am-12:30pm
with Diana Raichel of D&R Greenway

INVASIVE SPECIES 12:30-2:30pm
with Emile DeVito of NJ Conservation Foundation

HERPS (reptiles & amphibians) 12:30-2:30pm
with Mark Manning and Justin Lee

INVERTEBRATES 1-2:30pm
with Tyler Christensen of Washington Crossing Audubon Society and Jeff Hoagland of Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association

Please dress appropriately and wear proper footwear for hiking - it might be wet! Be sure to bring plenty of water and a picnic lunch. There will be snacks, lively discussion, and hawk-watching at our table all day - be sure to stop by and say hello!