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What do the colored tags and colored tape mean near Haring Rock?
We’re investigating a site near Haring Rock for a new Education & Discovery Center. The colored tags and tape on trees indicate the different types of surveys supporting our site investigation.
Yellow Tags Survey & inventory-trees have been assessed for species, size & health
Pink Tape Soil boring markers & topography survey markers
Orange Tape Wetlands boundary markers
Please view our full proposal for a New Education & Discovery Center.
We invite you to stop in at Tenafly Nature Center’s Visitor Center at 313 Hudson Ave. in Tenafly. You can also contact us by phone at 201-568-6093 or contact us via e-mail
Trail Rules & Information
Please respect the wildlife and their habitat. Take only pictures...and leave nothing.
As a guest in a nature preserve, we ask that you respect these rules to keep TNC a safe, clean, natural, and pleasant place to visit. Please ensure any other people in your group or family, including children, understand them as well.
- Trails are open to the public from dawn to dusk every day.
- Groups of 10 people or more, even if self-guided, must make arrangements with the staff ahead of time.
- Please be respectful and keep loud voices and noises to a minimum.
- No pets leashed, carried, or otherwise.
- Stay on the trails.
- Don't smoke or light fires.
- No bikes or strollers beyond the parking area.
- Don't litter.
- Don’t pick, disturb, collect, or take natural mementos home (this includes the frogs, fish, flowers, mushrooms, insects, etc.).
- Don't release any wild or domestic animals.
- Any rule violations brought to our attention would be greatly appreciated.
- Thank you and enjoy your visit!
Hurricane Sandy Update
After Hurricane Sandy, 100% of our trails were designated as "closed." On February 20, 2013, thanks to the tireless efforts of the NY/NJ Trail Conference crew that helps TNC staff to monitor and maintain our trails, 100% of our trails are "open." We're grateful for their work clearing over 275 trees from our trails!