HALLOWEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Our Halloween Spooky Walks and Enchanted Forest Programs are big fundraisers for QWR, and we need YOUR help to make it happen. It is a fun way for adults, families, and responsible kids over 16 to volunteer their time. Kids ages 12 and older can volunteer for Enchanted Forest. Call 653-4771 to find out how you can help. Volunteers need to fill out applications early in October for placement.
21st Annual Spooky Walks from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM ~Friday October 24th/ Saturday October 25th/ HALLOWEEN Friday, October 31st~ Dare to hike the dark and haunted Refuge trails to meet the ghouls and goblins that take them over! A wicked time for all! The guided walks last approximately forty minutes. The earlier walks book up first, so please reserve early! For adults and families with children over 7. Reservations required, call to reserve a time slot. $15.00 per person.
Enchanted Forest Trail ~ Saturday, October 18th 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM/Sunday, October 26th 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM/Saturday, November 1st 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM~ Follow your guide to meet whimsical, fun, and educational characters on the forest trails. The parking lot will be full of games and activities! Come and join the fun! Dress up if you like! Children ages 2 to 7 with adult. Reservations required, call to reserve a time slot. $10.00 fee per person.
Family Pumpkin Carving ~ Tuesday, October 28th 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM~ Come to the front lawn of the Refuge for some good old-fashioned carving! Choose a pumpkin from our patch or bring one of your own! A program for adults and families. Reservations required. $5.00 per person.
Quogue Wildlife Refuge’s 8th Annual “Wild Night for Wildlife” Benefit was held on Saturday, July 26, 2014, at the historic home of the Post/Rich Family in the Village of Quogue. It was a great success, and THANK YOU to all who participated and supported! Great Photos by John Neely: … read more
Quogue Wildlife Refuge’s 2014 Annual Appeal and Membership Drive is under way! It is the second largest fundraising effort of the year, enabling the Refuge to provide continuing care to its permanently injured resident wildlife; maintain the 305-acre preserve; offer a variety of educational … read more