Bird tours have been a smash hit at the former Seneca Army Depot. A partnership between Seneca White Deer, Inc. and the Montezuma Audubon Center has brought bird tours to life. And during the same month they kicked off – Seneca White Deer celebrated their 10,000 visitor to the former depot. To discuss all of this, including how to experience this yourself in June – Chris Lajewski, of the Montezuma Audubon Center; and Dennis Money, of Seneca White Deer, Inc. were in-studio.
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It has been an overwhelmingly successful stretch of 24 months for the folks at Seneca White Deer, Inc.
An organization that was formed from the goal to help preserve the white deer herd at the former Seneca Army Depot — has grown in size and scope — allowing for more advocacy than ever before.
On Friday, Dennis Money, founder and president of Seneca White Deer, Inc., and Carl Patrick, who leads communication efforts and serves as Vice President for the organization were in-studio giving an update on the latest happenings at the 7,000-acre site.
While the organization only works off of a small corner of that property — they have managed to make the portion hosting the white deer safer, promote the long-term health of the herd, and even bolster tours of the site — promoting the history of the former depot.
Check out the entire conversation with Money and Patrick on Inside the FLX.
Join Dennis J. Money on a tour of the beautiful Seneca Army Depot known as the White Deer Tour. Follow along as Dennis discusses the highlights of a single tour that covers it’s gorgeous white deer, to its other forms of nature, to discussing the history of the land by viewing on site ammo bunkers and bomb shelters, to finishing off the tour with a step inside a private cemetery.
Seneca County Supervisors Steve Churchill and Paul Kronewetter along with Seneca White Deer President Dennis Money were in-studio on Thursday to talk about the upcoming vote to determine the future of the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus.