First Day of Summer Excursion to Rattlesnake Hill State Wildlife Management Area

When: Sat., June 21, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 2014

Visit the 5,100 acre site located between state routes 436 and 70 between Nunda and Dansville. Upland habitats include mature woodland, overgrown fields, conifer plantations, old growth apple orchards, wetlands and open meadows. This event is around 3-5 hours long, 1-2 miles (shorter and longer options available.) Please bring a lunch. Will car pool and short walks. Meet at the visitor center, in which a car caravan leaves at 9:30 AM or meet on site at Rosses on Rte 70 south of Nunda at the Canaseraga Creek Crossing (SR70 junction County Rd 54 (Newville Rd.)).