During the original Half Moon's Voyage of Discovery, Henry Hudson and his crew acted as natural scientists, carefully studying the Hudson River Valley, trying to understand how the river worked, what animals lived in and near it, and how the weather behaved. As we explore the waters of modern New Netherland, we also observe the natural world.
Click on the icons below (as they appear) to choose which leg of the voyage you would like to view. From there, you can view individual topics. We'll continue updating the learning pages with new entries as our crew members progress through their Voyage of Discovery.