Monday, May 18, 2020

Audubon Pennsylvania, Local Chapters Hosting Virtual Field Trips; Join May 20 Trout Run Preserve Trip; View Other Programs

Audubon Pennsylvania and local Audubon Chapters in Pennsylvania are hosting a series of virtual field trips every Wednesday at noon to highlight conservation work done by members around the state.
May 20
Join Eli DePaulis from Appalachian Audubon Society for a tour of the Trout Run Nature Preserve in Cumberland County. Trout Run is a 21.4 acre spring-fed wetland and upland ecosystem, protected and owned by the Appalachian Audubon Society.
It is home to many different kinds of birds, plants and wildlife - a green oasis in an increasingly developed area. 
The wetland has been classified as an "exceptional value" site, due to the confirmed nesting years ago of a threatened PA bird species - the Sedge Wren, and the sightings of two other "species of concern" in PA, the Least Bittern and the Dickcissel.
Click Here to register for the field trip.  [Under affiliation, you can put in “AAS” for the Appalachian Audubon Society Chapter in the Harrisburg area.]
Upcoming Schedule
Click Here to see the upcoming schedule of field trips and other Audubon events being held through June.
Watch Past Field Trips
Visit the Audubon Pennsylvania website for more information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and how you can get involved.
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[Posted: May 18, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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