We’ve had some frustrating wifi problems and wanderings today and last night in trying to get this week’s WildWire posted, so please forgive the delay in alerting you to this great walking tour:
Sidney Horenstein’s If Manhattan Was Schist, It Wouldn’t Be Gneiss
Thursday, Jun 12, 2008
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Join Sidney Horenstein for a leisurely stroll among the intriguing rock formations of Fort Tryon Park and learn why, although the Bronx is Gneiss, it’s nice to live on Manhattan’s Schist.
Sidney Horenstein, Geologist and Educator Emeritus at the American Museum of Natural History, is your guide to the geological wonders of northern Manhattan Island.
Location: Meet at Margaret Corbin Circle at the southern entrance to Fort Tryon Park.
(Our full WildWire posting will follow this evening.)