The NEPAS annual Adopt a Highway litter pick-up was held on Saturday, April 13th on a stretch of Route 191 from Lake Ariel to the Price-Simpson wetland. Thanks to the 17 people who participated in the pick-up, we collected 33 bags of trash and 3 bags of recycling. Volunteers included a combination of 4-H, local community, and Audubon board members and friends.
Begins at 8 a.m. Meet at the visitor center. We’ll explore the area around the Lacawac Sanctuary, looking for birds setting up their nests as well as migrants just passing through on their way farther north. There is a good chance the Ospreys will be back on their nest, woodpeckers should be active in the trees, warblers singing throughout the woods. The Northeast PA Audubon Society’s expert birders will help you see and hear plenty of birds this morning! We recommend you bring binoculars.
The Northeast Pa. Audubon Society annual litter pick-up is coming up on Saturday, April 13th at 9 AM in Lake Ariel. There will be a free breakfast afterwards!
Please sign up before April 4th by calling Audubon at 570-253-9250 or
Location: Rte 191 just north of Lake Ariel. Specific directions will be sent
when you sign up.