Over 29,000 visitors took a walk on the wild side with us at NYPA's Wildlife Festivals in September 2013! Take a look at some great photos from each of our 4 events which took place at our visitors centers around NYS and at the Utica Zoo.
Be sure to join us each year for NYPA's Annual Wildlife Festivals.
The Wildlife Festival at NYPA’s Blenheim-Gilboa Power Project Visitors Center: See photos from the event.
The Blenheim-Gilboa Power Project Visitors Center in North Blenheim, is located on the Schoharie Creek in the northern Catskill Mountains. Our admission-free visitors center is housed in a 19th century dairy barn!
Call 800-724-0309 for more information.
The Wildlife Festival at NYPA’s Hawkins Point Visitors Center: See photos from the event.
The Frank S. McCullough, Jr. Hawkins Point Visitors Center and Boat Launch offers panoramic views of the St. Lawrence River and state-of-the-art hands-on exhibits. We offer many opportunities to learn about energy in a fun setting. Our Community Room and Theater are also available to outside groups, and together can comfortably hold 100 people.
Call 315-764-0226 for more information.
The Wildlife Festival at NYPA’s Niagara Power Vista's: See photos from the event.
Known as the Power Vista, the visitors center is located 4 miles downstream from Niagara Falls and it features more than 50 interactive exhibits and a new QR code tour! Call 866-NYPA-FUN (697-2386) for more information.
NYPA's annual Wildlife Festival at the Utica Zoo: See photos from the event.
Things got a little ‘wild’ at NYPA's annual event at the Utica Zoo... and over 1800 attendees joined us for a wonderful lineup of events and activities.
Guests enjoyed live music, face painting, arts & crafts, demos by Mark Tyoe, Northeast chainsaw-carving champion, and personal encounters with the different animals from around the world that call the Utica Zoo home.