Join Alice for this Free Public Event at the Seneca Park Zoo
Join zoo naturalists and members of the community on a hike Saturday, October 9th from 3:00-4:30 PM at Dolomite Trail – (4405 Canandaigua Rd, Walworth, NY 14568) to learn about and find invasive species in our local area. An invasive species is a species of non-native plant or animal that can disrupt the balance, biodiversity, and overall health of native plants and animals. The Seneca Park Zoo Society has teamed up with the Finger Lakes Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (FL-PRISM) to find, report, and educate the public on these invasive species by hiking through this area of Rochester that has not yet been surveyed.
You must register online at the Zoo link
Are you vaccinated? Please let us know when you register. Based on that response, we can tailor appropriate CDC safety protocols for this meeting.
Address will be in your registration confirmation email.
Until further notice, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have adopted these updated rules for all events.
*** RSVP and Cancellations – IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ ***
Please respect the trip leader and other members and update your RSVP if you sign-up but then are unable to attend. Events may be cancelled due to lack of attendance, as well as changes in weather or other circumstances. If you must cancel at the last minute, call or text the event host/trip leader (see your registration confirmation for contact details) and let her know who it is who is calling/texting. Be sure to copy down the address, directions, and trip leader contact information to bring with you as there might not be good cell service at the event location.
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