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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Annual Litter Pick-Up, April 15th

Volunteers Needed: Free breakfast included!

On Saturday, April 15th, volunteers are needed to help pick up litter along a two mile stretch of Rt. 191 just north of Lake Ariel. It will start at 9am and ends around 10:30am, followed by a breakfast served at the Lake Ariel home of Audubon board members.

PennDOT provides the Audubon team with gloves, safety vests, and trash bags. To volunteer, contact Audubon by e-mail at or call 570-253-9250 by April 6th.

“The more volunteers we get, the sooner we can finish the job,” says coordinator, Katharine Dodge, “and the sooner we can enjoy the breakfast!” Dodge recently took over the coordinator job from former board member Marge Brion who oversaw the program for many years.

Chew On This! A Wetland Program for Families.

Lindsay George & Kathy DodgeJoin Audubon naturalist Kathy Dodge, along with Lindsay George and their beaver puppet helpers, in a free family wetlands program at the Wayne County Library on April 1st and the Hawley Public Library on April 6th.

The program at the Wayne County Library at 1406 Main Street in Honesdale, PA on April 1st is from 1 – 2:30 PM. For more information and registration, please contact the Library at: 570-253-1220.

The program at the Hawley Public Library at 103 Main Avenue in Hawley, PA on April 6th is from 4 – 5:30 PM. For more information and registration, please contact the Library at: 570-226 – 4620.

Everyone can make an edible beaver lodge to take home!

Family Camp Scholarship to Hog Island, Maine offered

Hog Island Audubon Camp. Photo by Chris Fischer.Are you a family interested in a week of summer camp with most expenses paid?   If “yes” listen up!

HOG ISLAND FAMILY CAMP – Ages 8-13 and One Adult – August 13-18, 2017. Application deadline is April 30th.

This year, the Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society is offering a full scholarship for one adult and a related child between the ages of 8-13 to the family camp on Maine’s scenic Hog Island, a landmark of environmental education since 1936. The session’s program will take place from August 13-18 on the 330-acre island in mid-coast Maine’s beautiful Muscongus Bay and will be led by some of the nation’s most-respected naturalists and environment educators.

A family unit includes at least one child and one adult. Grandparents, aunts, and uncles are welcome. Mid-August is an ideal time to enjoy the natural world in mid-coast Maine. Fall migration is starting, the salt marshes are changing colors, bioluminescence sparkles through the salt water, and the northern lights might be dancing across the sky. Experience an educational family vacation you will never forget.

The scholarship includes all meals, housing, instruction and boat trips. Transportation to and from the camp is the responsibility of the recipients.

*Applicants must reside in territory covered by Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society (NEPAS): Lackawanna, Susquehanna, Wayne and most of Pike County, Pennsylvania.

*See website for camp applications  and additional information.

Questions: Please contact NEPAS at 570-253-9250 or

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