Does a milk snake really drink milk? Do skunks eat skunk cabbage?
Find out about these and more of Mother Nature’s puns and jokes on a special first-time-ever April Fools’ Day hike at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site (NHS) presented by naturalist Lois Lindberg.
Can you separate the fakery from the facts? Get ready for some light-hearted fun on a naturalist’s irreverent tour on the grounds and nature trails of Sagamore Hill NHS.
The nature walk will last approximately 1 ½ hours. The group will assemble behind the Visitor Center at 11:30 a.m. The April Fools’ Day walk is free. Please wear appropriate clothes and footwear for a moderate walk.
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, located at 12 Sagamore Hill Road, Oyster Bay, New York, is a unit of the National Park Service. The site was established by Congress in 1962 to preserve and interpret the structures, landscape, collections and other cultural resources associated with Theodore Roosevelt’s home in Oyster Bay, New York, and to ensure that future generations understand and appreciate the life and legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, his family and the significant events associated with him.
NOTE: The Roosevelt Home was closed to the public for a two- to three-year period beginning December 5, 2011 due to a major rehabilitation of the home. However, the Visitor Center, Theodore Roosevelt Museum at Old Orchard and the grounds will continue to be open and free interpretive programs will be offered.
For further information, visit our website at www.nps.gov/sahi, or call 516-922-4788. Be sure to follow us on twitter for updates at http://twitter.com/SagamoreHillNHS and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sagamore-Hill-National-Historic-Site/127271867334480