Participants will learn about Wilderstein’s American romantic-style landscape, the exterior design of the mansion and outbuildings, as well as the lives of the Suckley family.
Then Alan Peterson, education director of the Ralph T. Waterman Bird Club of Dutchess County, will lead a birdwatching walk. Wilderstein is home to a variety of habitats, featuring a wide range of avian species.
This event will begin at 10 am. Tickets are $12 with advance reservations encouraged.
Wilderstein Historic Site, a 19th-century Queen-Anne-style country house on the Hudson River, is a not-for-profit house museum located at 330 Morton Road, in Rhinebeck.
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