Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Wildlands Conservancy Highlights Upcoming January Education Programs, Activities

The Lehigh Valley-based 
Wildlands Conservancy will hold a variety of education programs and activities in January, including--

-- January 1: First Day Hike

-- January 6: You & Me Winter Explorers

-- January 9: Get Out For Wellness - No Soup For You!

-- January 10: Tweet & Greet! [bird program]

-- January 17: Get Out For Wellness - Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge

-- January 22: Wildlife Of The Watershed - Birds Of Prey Meet & Greet

-- January 24: Elk Viewing Trail Snowshoe Hike

Click Here to read more about them.

The Lehigh River is in the running for the 2021 River of the Year.  Read more here.

For more information on programs, initiatives and special events, visit the Wildlands Conservancy website.  Click Here to sign up for updates.  Like on Facebook, Follow on Twitter and Join on InstagramClick Here to support the Conservancy.

Wildlands has protected more than 54,000 acres of high-conservation-value lands, it benefits more than 19,000 school-age children annually through environmental education and is focused on improving water quality and wildlife habitat within and beyond its nine nature preserves totaling more than 2,600 acres.

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[Posted: December 23, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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