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    At Last - a friendly educational presentation on deer! Museum offers talk on the white tailed deer White tailed deer. (Photo by Michael Carr) Cornwall - The
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      At Last - a friendly educational presentation on deer!



      Museum offers talk on the white tailed deer





      White tailed deer. (Photo by Michael Carr)

      Cornwall - The Museum of the Hudson Highlands will present "Nature of the
      Highlands: Experiences on the Land" at 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 13, and at 10
      a.m. on Saturday, May 20, at Ogden Gallery on The Boulevard in
      Cornwall-on-Hudson.

      Mary and Gary Bell, New York State licensed wildlife rehabilitators, will
      talk about one of the largest mammals in the state, the white tailed deer.
      Find out why baby deer are safest when their mothers leave them alone, and
      search for signs of deer in the woods. There will be also a craft for
      children, ages five and older.

      Admission for children is $5, or $2 for members, and for adults is $7, or $3
      for members. For more information, call 534-5506 ext. 204.

      The museum will also offer "A Party in the Garden" from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on
      Sunday, May 21, at the Kenridge Farm on Route 9W in Cornwall. During an
      afternoon of food and drink, participants can bid on one-of-a-kind goods and
      services donated by Hudson Valley merchants and museum friends. The cost is
      $50, or $40 for members. Childcare will be offered by reservation only.
      Reservations are required by Tuesday, May 16.

















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