May 02, 2013 through July 28, 2013
Mondays-Thursdays 9:30am-4:30pm; Weekends 10am-4:30pm .
Greenburgh Nature Center
Museum Admission: $7; $6 students/seniors; $5 ages 2-12; free ages 2 and younger
For more than two decades, Todd Shapera has been fortunate to document life in remote corners of the planet. Along the way, he's been passionate about capturing the landscapes, often at dawn or dusk when the light is magical, at far away places including Patagonia, the Himalayas, Yukon Rivers, Siberia, Equatorial Rainforests, African Preserves, and more. All are regions with sensitive ecology that are now threatened by global warming. This exhibit will feature highlights from this work. Exhibit runs through July 28, 2013.
Address: 99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583
About Greenburgh Nature Center
The Greenburgh Nature Center (GNC) is a 33-acre nature preserve with trails, a pond and gardens. More than 80,000 visitors come to the GNC each year. The property is a significant wildlife habitat refuge, both for indigenous species and for the hundreds of species of migratory birds that use it as a resting place on their spring and fall travels. The property includes 30 acres of woodland, two significant wetland sites, and a native plant meadow.
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