September 17, 2009 | Uncategorized
Photo: Josh Lewis
Today the Wolf Conservation Center is visiting Catskill Elementary School in a region vivid with natural beauty. Dubbed “America’s First Wilderness,” the Catskills is a bountiful and beautiful area harboring a variety of trees – maple, oak, birch, and beech among them – that come into their prime during the last two weeks of September. Atka never fails to impress children and adults alike. The scenic autumn drive will likely leave an impression on Atka and his entourage as well.