Thursday, May 14, 2015

Wildlands Conservancy Seeks Volunteers To Restore Habitat May 30 In Monroe County

The Wildlands Conservancy is seeking volunteers to restore Golden-Winged Warbler habitat at the Thomas Darling Preserve in Blakeslee, Monroe County on May 30.
With each passing day, the golden-winged warbler's native habitat is disappearing. As a result, it is currently being reviewed for addition to the endangered species list.
But in 2014, the Wildlands Conservancy started a five-year habitat restoration effort to reverse this for the golden-winged warbler, a neotropical migratory songbird, and other species, within a 70-acre area of the Conservancy’s 1,500-acre, Pocono-based, Thomas Darling Preserve.
Volunteers will be involved in deconstructing and relocating several thousand feet of deer fencing to be installed at the 70-acre habitat restoration site.  This is the first of many opportunities to volunteer for this project.
To learn more and register to volunteer, contact Carl Martin, director of property stewardship, at 610-965-4397, ext 121 or send email to: RSVP by May 28.

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