The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY has debuted its new documentary series, Wild Tales, with the first episode now live on its YouTube channel. The long-form videos feature the Adirondack animals that call The Wild Center home, along with the Animal Care Staff that take care of them. [Read more…] about Wild Center Premieres New Documentary Series
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The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY has announced the opening of “Climate Solutions,” a 3,000-square-foot interactive exhibition that explores the encouraging stories of people from across different backgrounds, generations and sectors who are building a web of climate solutions in their lives and communities. [Read more…] about Climate Solutions Exhibit Unveiled at The Wild Center
The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY will host “Connecting Youth, Science and Community Action: Building Capacity for Change,” a virtual workshop focused on empowering youth to take community action related to climate change and conservation, set for June 29th. [Read more…] about Connecting Youth, Science and Action: Building Capacity for Change
The Adirondack Council will present its Conservationist of the Year Award to climate change educator and activist Jen Kretser and The Wild Center’s Youth Climate Program during the Council’s Forever Wild Day celebration on July 9th at Paul Smith’s College, near Saranac Lake. [Read more…] about Wild Center Climate Program’s Jen Kretser Named Conservationist of the Year
The Institute of Museum and Library Services has announced that The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY, and the Children’s Museum of Manhattan are among 30 finalists for the 2022 National Medal for Museum and Library Service. The two institutions are the only ones in New York to be selected as a finalist for this award. [Read more…] about 2 NYS Museums Named As Finalists For National Medal
The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY is celebrating all things maple each weekend in March. Visitors can tour the sugar shack, try the maple quest, taste some maple treats, and take part in special programming to celebrate the maple sugaring season. [Read more…] about March Maple Madness At The Wild Center in Tupper Lake
The Wild Center has announced the addition of Elodie Linck, who joined the interactive science-based museum as the first Jeanne Hutchins Youth Climate Coordinator this month. Linck’s title honors Adirondack summer resident, Jeanne Hutchins, who passed away in 2021 after a long life of community service. [Read more…] about Wild Center Announces New Youth Climate Coordinator
The Wild Center has added to its winter programming with free snowshoe and kicksled rentals, guided ice fishing on its Greenleaf Pond and ice sculptures. These experiences – and more – are available Fridays through Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm with timed ticket reservations. [Read more…] about Snowshoeing, Kicksledding & Ice Fishing at The Wild Center
The Wild Center has announced the return of Wild Lights, a display of lights transforming The Wild Center’s 115-acre campus into a winter wonderland, with even more dates, displays and lights added this season.
Wild Lights will run on Friday and Saturday evenings beginning Saturday, November 27th. [Read more…] about Wild Lights Returning to The Wild Center
When world leaders convene in Scotland for critical climate change negotiations later this month, The Wild Center’s Youth Climate Program will be there.
The Tupper Lake, NY organization is sending a nine-person delegation to Glasgow for COP26, the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties. The Wild Center’s delegates will have a front-row seat as representatives from 197 countries seek solutions to mitigate ongoing effects of climate change. [Read more…] about Wild Center Sending Delegation to U.N. Climate Talks