Trips & Tours
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The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a leader in the study and conservation of birds worldwide. When visiting the lab, you can hike wooded trails in Sapsucker Woods and hear and see some of Ithaca’s birds. Take a listen to the largest collection of bioacoustics in the world!
Friday, March 13th
Founded in 1958, Greek Peak Mountain Resort is central New York’s largest ski resort and has remained at the leading edge of the ski industry with fifty-six trails, six aerial lifts, two surface lifts, beginners’ slope, and terrain parks. Come early on Friday morning to catch a shuttle up to the mountain with us and enjoy a day of fun on the slopes!
The tallest waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains at 215 feet, Taughannock Falls is 3 stories taller than Niagara Falls! Located in Trumansburg, NY, a quaint town with lovely eateries just 30 minutes north of Ithaca.
Located in Syracuse, NY just 1 hour outside of Ithaca, this AZA-accredited zoo is home to more than 700 animals, including Asian Elephants, Amur Tigers, African Lions, Red Pandas, and more! This zoo has been ranked among the top 10 percent in the nation and participates in several conservation-based programs, including a Red World Breeding and Reintroduction project. The Rosamond Gifford Zoo is serviced by our very own Dr. Abou-Madi!
Sunday, March 15th | 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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Offers health and medical care to dogs, cats, birds, small mammals, and exotic pets. Many patients are referred to the Small Animal Hospital for evaluation by veterinary specialists for complicated medical or surgical problems. Specialty departments include behavior, cardiology, dentistry, dermatology, emergency critical care, exotics, imaging, internal medicine, neurology, nutrition, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, pediatrics, soft tissue surgery, and sports medicine and rehabilitation.
Offers state-of-the-art patient care for horses, cattle, goats, sheep, pigs, camelids, and other farm animals. Board-certified specialists, residents, licensed veterinary technicians, and supervised veterinary students provide routine health care, emergency care, diagnostic procedures, treatment, and hospitalization for the equine and farm animal patients.