Thursday, 13 June 2024 13:07

Saratoga National Historical Park Special Events City Council Meetings

STILLWATER —Saratoga National Historical continues its special events season in June with the following offerings:

Summer Equinox Natural History Walk - Thursday, June 20, 9 – 11 a.m. Meet at Visitor Center. Join Biological Technician Linda White for a walk through a lesser visited part of the park. Explore a field of ferns, native plants and pollinators, old growth trees, glacial activity, and talk about the families that called the area home. Meet at the Visitor Center and drive to Tour Stop 8.

Silent Wings: Raptor Rehab and Education - Saturday, June 22, 1 p.m. Visitor Center Patio. The Wildlife Institute of Eastern New York return to the park to present, “Silent Wings: Raptor Rehab and Education.” The program is designed for all ages to see live birds of prey up-close and to learn about their impressive adaptations and behaviors.

Who Messed Up? Unravelling British plans to crush America’s Revolution in 1777 - Sunday, June 30, 2 p.m. Visitor Center. The British had two major plans to crush the new United States in 1777 - one was to capture Philadelphia, and the other, Albany. The first succeeded brilliantly, while the other failed so spectacularly that it resulted in the surrender of the first British Army in world history. British politicians and generals pointed fingers and blamed each other for the spectacular surrender at Saratoga. So, who messed up? Was it King George? General Howe? General Burgoyne? You decide!

A complete listing of events is maintained at go.nps.gov/saraevents.

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