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66th Allegany Nature Pilgrimage

Bird banding at Allegany Nature Pilgrimage

A weekend of over 100 nature programs at Allegany State Park, New York's largest state park.

The Allegany Nature Pilgrimage is an annual outdoor learning experience. It combines fun with a variety of nature-oriented activities. This traditional weekend of natural history and outdoor education welcomes both the experienced naturalist as well as the inquisitive beginner!

Arrive at the Pilgrimage and prepare to explore forests, fields, lakes and streams. Allegany State Park has tremendous natural diversity. Come and immerse yourself in the outdoors. Evenings you might attend a presentation under the big tent in the company of hundreds of pilgrims. Other times of the day - from early morning to late at night - you choose from dozens of small-group programs. You might sit and talk or take a hike. Programs range from an hour-and-quarter to all-day. Nature topics include trees, flowers, ferns, insects, birds, salamanders, reptiles, tracks and signs, mammals, geology, astronomy, ecology and more. You might also find a class in yoga, paper-making, photography ​and more!



ASP Route 2
Camp Allegany
Salamanca, NY 14779
United States

Latitude & Longitude
42.0996, -78.723886 Google Maps