Over 29,000 visitors took a walk on the wild side with us at NYPA's Annual 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.
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.