There are many places in WNY where you can go outdoors, enjoy fresh air, enjoy the waters of Lake Erie, enjoy the shoreline, enjoy birds, butterflies, and other wildlife, and bring the kids and the old folks. But there is only one place that you can do this all downtown. Times Beach Nature Preserve on Buffalo’s Outer Harbor is that place.
One of the biggest perks is that, durng the summer months, you can get to the Outer Harbor from downtown. A regular bike and pedestrian Ferry runs all summer on a very regular schedule and travels from Canalside to the Outer Harbor at the landing just across Furhmann Blvd from the Times Beach Nature Preserve. The biggest bonus is that this ferry only costs $1 each way. If you go there, here are some of the things that you can see:
Times Beach Nature Preserve Spring 2017
Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper is hosting monthly clean-ups at Times Beach Nature Preserve. They are looking for volunteers to help pick up trash.
Dates are Saturdays this Summer.
June 17, July 22, August 19, September 16, October 21.
Sign up for this volunteer opportunity by Clicking this Link: http://bnriverkeeper.org/cleanup/
Sunday Morning Television videos produced and photographed by Jay Burney.
Buffalo’s Times Beach Nature Preserve is full of delightful surprises and it is right downtown, across the Buffalo River from Canalside.
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The Friends of Times Beach Nature Preserve is a Buffalo based organization dedicated to preserving and educating about critical habitat and species in the Great Lakes and at the downtown shoreline Buffalo preserve.