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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 audubonworks@gmail.com 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.

AUDUBON ANNOUNCES 117th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT – A DAY OF NATURE AND ADVENTURE

Winter Cardinal

Northeast PA Audubon Society is asking for volunteers to join the 117th Annual International Christmas Bird Count on Saturday December 17, 2016. Volunteer birders will travel the area beginning at dawn and ending when the last volunteer is finished! This is a wonderful way to take note of the many birds that are here at this time of year. You might get a chance to see late migrating birds if the weather permits. The count was established in 1900, as an alternative to the year end “side hunt”, when hunters would take to the fields to shoot as many birds as possible before sitting down to Christmas Dinner!

Today’s Audubon Christmas Bird Count mobilizes over 70,000 volunteer bird counters in more than 2,300 locations across the Western Hemisphere. The CBC utilizes the power of volunteers to track the health of bird populations at a scale that professional scientists could never accomplish alone. Because birds are an early indicator of environmental threats to habitats, tracking and recording changes in their location are valuable to the understanding of weather patterns and consequently, the changing climate and its affect on our world.

White Mills is the center of the count circle which was established over 25 years ago. During that time volunteers have counted as many as 45 species including waterfowl and wintering hawks. We have seen an increase in Bald Eagles in the area and the occasional Common Loon. Counters travel by car and on foot within designated areas of the 15 mile wide circle.

If you are interested, call Barbara at (570) 253-2364. You don’t have to be an expert birder because we will partner you with those more experienced volunteers. You can also count from your window feeder. If you love nature, birds and adventure this day is made for you!

Art & Craft Festival, July 16-17

Art and Craft Festival

The 31st annual NEPAS Art and Craft Festival will be held at the Wallenpaupack High School on Saturday July 16 and Sunday July 17 from 10 am to 5 pm. This is a great festival for the entire family and features over 90 artists and craftspeople showing and selling their work, three wildlife shows daily with live birds, animals, and reptiles, events for children, and available refreshments and food.

The wildlife shows are presented by expert wildlife rehabilitators who will both entertain you and educate you about the habits and characteristics of their many animals. The art and crafts will give everyone an opportunity to shop for quality gifts and art.

All proceeds from this show are used to fund scholarships for youth wildlife camps and college scholarships for study of natural sciences. Admission is a mere $5. for adults and children under 12 are free.

For more information, please visit our festival website: Audubon Art and Craft Festival

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