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Adamas Pisco – Quogue’s 15th Annual Wildlife Summer Gala!
July 15 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
Adamas Pisco with be served @ the 15th Annual Wild Night For Wildlife Gala.
We are thrilled to be able to celebrate with you again at Quogue Wildlife Refuge’s summer gala.
We thank you for your support, and are eager to see you for the 15th Annual Wild Night for Wildlife on Saturday, July 15th, 2023. Held on the beautiful grounds of the wildlife sanctuary.
Your Sponsorship provides direct support for our educational programming, care and facilities for the resident wildlife, and maintenance of this 305-acre nature preserve. It is open to visitors, free of charge, 365 days a year.
The Quogue Wildlife Refuge is a 305-acre expanse of protected land, with over seven miles of trails in which you can explore a variety of habitats including Pine Barrens, bogs, wetlands, a field, and a tidal estuary. Our main trail is wheelchair and stroller friendly and all of the trails can be enjoyed in every season. The Refuge is a great place to cross-country ski and snowshoe! There is also an Outdoor Wildlife Complex which houses animals that have been injured and would not be able to survive in the wild.
Inside the Charles Banks Belt Nature Center you will find a warm and friendly environment where you can observe wildlife through huge windows that overlook Old Ice Pond. A variety of exhibits, turtles, snakes, a touch table, a children’s room, and a sitting area with a beautiful view of the pond can be enjoyed inside of the Nature Center. This building is available for meetings and events, and is the gathering spot for many of the educational programs offered for adults, children, and families.
The Quogue Wildlife Refuge offers a variety of nature related programs for all ages. Throughout the year, visitors look forward to our big events such as our Earth Day Celebration, Easter Egg Hunt, Summer Ecology Program, Annual Barbecue for Members, Enchanted Forest Halloween Trails, and our Annual Benefit Gala.
For those folks who enjoy history, the Refuge has plenty of it. Prior to becoming a wildlife preserve, the Quogue Ice Company harvested ice on Old Ice Pond. On the grounds you can visit the Ice Harvesting Museum that has authentic, century-old tools.