Central Park Nature Walk
Back for the fifth year in a row—one of our most popular events: a nature walk in Central Park with urban naturalist, Ken Chaya. (Header photo by Bob Eckstein)
Did you know that all of the mature trees in Central Park have been identified and mapped by a local expert? Today, Central Park Nature's Ken Chaya will take you on a walk through his Central Park: a place with over 20,000 trees and woody plants featuring over 180 species. You will explore the park woodlands, learning to identify birds and trees, along with wildflowers and their pollinators. You will learn about the natural history of Central Park including the significant contributions of the park's designers, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux.
Venue: Central Park
West 81st and Central Park West Map
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