Central New Yorkers have an opportunity to see how Onondaga Lake has transformed into a habitat for some surprising creatures.
The Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps has teamed up with the CNY Chapter of the Izzak Walton League to give the community to see first-hand some of Onondaga Lake's most recent habitat improvements. You can see the abundant plant and animal life now found in the lake's restored wetlands, including the bald eagle - one of 120 different species of birds living in the improved habitat.
The event Saturday morning from 9 to noon at the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps is free. Call the OLCC at 315-365-3588 to register.