May 2024: Troy Meadows Collection by Dave Blinder at Mount Tabor Library

Wildlife Preserves Inc. got the opportunity to see Dave Blinder’s Troy Meadows Collection on display at the Parsippany Main Library in March 2024. Art lovers and nature lovers who missed the show will get a second opportunity to see the photos on display, this time in Mount Tabor, starting May 1st! The collection will hang for the…

American River Documentary Screening: May 11th, 2024

Join us at the Parsippany Main Library at 10:00 AM on May 11th for a screening of the acclaimed documentary American River. The event is free of charge, registration is recommended but not required, visit https://parsippanylibrary.org/events/all-events/ and scroll to May 11th to register!

Bridge watch webinar: February 21, 2024

Join GZA Senior Ecologist Blaine Rothauser for a FREE one-hour virtual program that introduces participants to the natural treasures within Troy Meadows! This photo-filled webinar is a celebration of Blaine’s awakening as an ecologist, and his ode to the surprising diversity of flora and fauna in this 2600-acre Morris County paradise, surrounded by an ever-changing…

Mushroom Walk: October 7, 2023

Join us for a brief presentation of mushrooms and fungi, followed by a walk led by Dorothy Smullen. Dorothy Smullen has been a member of the NJ Mycological Association (NJMA) since 1975 and even served as the NJMA president. She is also a life member of the North American Mycological Association (NAMA). Dorothy is a…

Herpetology Walk: September 9, 2023

Join the Rutgers Wildlife Conservation and Management Program at Wildlife Preserves’ Troy Meadows for an interactive presentation and guided walk on site. Learn all about common reptile and amphibian species you can find right here in New Jersey! Potential species to observe include a variety of frogs, turtles, and snakes, and the habitat they live…

Bat Walk: July 22, 2023

Join us for a fun-filled evening observing and learning about these nocturnal creatures. Rutgers Wildlife Conservation and Management will be giving a brief presentation about the vital role these insectivores play in the eco-system.  Following the presentation, we will walk around the Troy Meadow Nature Preserve looking for and identifying bats, with the use of acoustic monitoring devices,…

Firefly Night: July 7, 2023

Join us for an enlightening event that celebrates the lives of fireflies in all their luminescent diversity. Senior Ecologist, Blain Rothauser, will give a brief presentation about the life cycle, history, and role fireflies play in the environment. We will then catch and identify different species of fireflies. Event limited to 40 people, ages 10…

Bat Walk: August 6, 2022

Join us for a fun-filled evening observing and learning about these nocturnal creatures. Rutgers Wildlife Conservation and Management will be giving a brief presentation about the vital role these insectivores play in the eco-system.  Following the presentation, we will walk around the Troy Meadow Nature Preserve looking for and identifying bats, with the use of acoustic monitoring devices,…

Bat Walk: June 25, 2022

Join us for a fun-filled evening observing and learning about these nocturnal creatures. Rutgers Wildlife Conservation and Management will be giving a brief presentation about the vital role these insectivores play in the eco-system.  Following the presentation, we will walk around the Troy Meadow Nature Preserve looking for and identifying bats, with the use of acoustic monitoring devices,…