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Black Bear, Black Bear, Where Do You Sleep?

Black Bear, Black Bear, Where Do You Sleep?
Salem Public Library, Hamlin

Friday, February 26th, 6 PM

A free program for children and adults about where our animal neighbors go in the winter, will be held on Friday, February 26th at 6 PM at the Salem Public Library in Hamlin. Learn about hibernation, migration, and other ways creatures cope with the cold months of winter.

Have you ever wondered how a duck can swim in icy water, or how a deer can survive curled up in the snow? This program may help us to understand these mysteries.
The presenter will be Northeast PA Audubon member and artist, Katharine Dodge, who will have her book “Sweet Dreams of the Wild” available for a donation to Audubon. Activities will include coloring a bookmark and making pine cone treats for the winter birds.

All are welcome. Children under eight should be accompanied by an adult. To register, contact the library at (570) 689-0903.

Proposed Changes to Bylaws

The following changes to the Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society Constitution and Bylaws have been proposed. A vote will be held at our next public meeting.

Proposed Revisions to NEPAS Bylaws

Complete draft of the revised NEPAS Constitution and Bylaws

$4,000 College Scholarship Available

We are presently accepting applications for our annual $4,000 college scholarship available to students who wish to pursue a career in an environmental field such as Forestry, Natural Resources, Environmental Planning, Environmental Engineering, Fish, Game, or Wildlife Management, Ecology and/or Environmental Science.

Applicants must be from Pike, Wayne, Lackawanna, or Susquehanna County and must enroll full-time in an accredited two- or four-year college or university program. The winning applicant will receive $1,000 per year for up to four years. The scholarship is funded by our annual Audubon Arts and Craft Festival held each July.

Interested students can find the application form on our Scholarships page or they can use the universal scholarship application form available at their high school guidance office. Applications are due by April 30, 2016.