A garden oasis and cultural center overlooking the Hudson River

Feathered Friends….Recollections on Teaching at Wave Hill

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Mixed-media artist Wennie Huang, PSA, a frequent teacher at Wave Hill art workshops, produces works that range from small drawings and limited-edition books and projects, to site-specific installations, including a permanent mural installation inspired by a tree in Inwood in…

Raptor-ous Spring Birding!

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Horticultural Interpreter Alison Filosa works with Charles Day and the rest of Wave Hill’s Public Programs Department. Naturalist Gabriel Willow led his monthly birding walk this past Sunday with 35 adults and three children joining him. We started on an exciting…

Farewell to our Third WERM Cohort!

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Kristen MacFarlane, Wave Hill’s Youth Programs Coordinator, works with high school students in the Forest Project and Woodland Ecology Research Mentorship (WERM), Wave Hill’s two paid internship programs for high school students.  On August 23, 2016, ten high school students…

eBirding!

One of Gabriel Willow's winter Birding sessions, captured by photographer Joshua Bright

An expert birder and naturalist, Gabriel Willow leads walks and excursions all over the world, yet he has an easygoing and accessible way of encouraging new birders without overwhelming them with information. His walks are a regular feature of each…

The Great Christmas Bird Count

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On Sunday, December 27, Wave Hill was happy to welcome three observers for the 92nd Bronx-Westchester Christmas Bird Count (BWCBC), itself part of the National Audubon Society’s more than century-long efforts to census bird numbers nationwide from about mid-December to early…

Spring Wings!

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An expert birder and naturalist, Gabriel Willow leads walks and excursions all over the world, yet he has an easygoing and accessible way of encouraging new birders without overwhelming them with information. His walks are a regular feature of each…

Planting for Life Across the Garden

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Louis Bauer is Wave Hill’s Director of Horticulture. We read with interest Doug Tallamy’s Op-Ed piece in today’s New York Times—“A Chickadee’s Guide to Gardening.” It made for a lively discussion among our gardeners over lunch today in our “Potting…

From the Wave Hill Eagle Train

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An expert birder and naturalist, Gabriel Willow leads walks and excursions all over the world, yet he has an easygoing and accessible way of encouraging new birders without overwhelming them with information. His walks are a regular feature of each…

Experimental Relationships: An Interview with Julia Oldham

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David Xu Borgonjon, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, helps make Wave Hill a welcoming space for artists and a stimulating experience for visitors. Each winter, Wave Hill opens Glyndor Gallery as workspace for New York-area artists. They benefit from intimate…

Wave Hill Birding: A Pair of Walks Draw Flocks

A young, white-crowned sparrow, courtesy of Jim Wright

An expert birder and naturalist, Gabriel Willow leads walks and excursions all over the world, yet he has an easygoing and accessible way of encouraging new birders without overwhelming them with information. His walks are a regular feature of each…