Information Desk

The Summer Falconer Lecture Series are held on TUESDAY EVENINGS at 7:00PM at the ASRC Whiteface Mountain Field Station located at 110 Marble Lane, Wilmington, New York 12997


Donation Information

Tax-deductible donations to sustain the Natural History Lectures may be made out to the "University at Albany Foundation" and mailed to the University at Albany Foundation UAB-201, 1400 Washingtion Avenue, Albany, NY 12222. Address donations as "Attention: Ray Falconer Fund"

The Ray Falconer Natural History Lecture Series

SUMMER 2015:

You are cordially invited to attend this series of free public lectures. The current lectures are listed below. For a more detailed description of each of the current lectures, CLICK HERE.

July 7, 2015
  • "Why So Cold?"
  • Mr. Connor Lahiff, Meteorologist National Weather Service

July 21, 2015
  • "New York State Mesonet Provides Critical Weather Data."
  • Dr. Jerald Brotzge
  • Program Manager, New York State Mesonet
  • Dr. Everette Joseph
  • Director, Atmospheric Sciences Research Center

August 4, 2015
  • "The Great Adirondack Moose Count. What is affecting moose across the continent and how do our moose fit in?"
  • Mr. Ben Tabor
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Wildlife

August 18, 2015
  • "Altitudinal Shifts of Adirondack Birds in Response to Climate Change?
  • Dr. Jeremy J. Kirchman
  • Curator of Birds, New York State Museum