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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.

Chew On This! Feb. 16th

Lindsay George & Kathy Dodge

On Feb. 16th, join Audubon naturalist Kathy Dodge, Lindsay George and their beaver puppet helpers in a free family program at the Salem Library in Hamlin from 6 until 7:30 PM. The program, titled ‘Chew On This!’ discusses the wonders of wetlands.

The Library is located at 518 Easton Turnpike, Hamlin, PA.

For more information or to register, contact the Library at:
570-689–0903.

Everyone can make an edible beaver lodge to take home.

Black Bear, Black Bear, Where Do You Sleep?

Black Bear

A free program for children and adults about where our animal neighbors go in the winter, will be held on Thursday, January 19th from 4-5:30 PM at the Hawley Public Library. 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 suet treats for the winter birds.

All are welcome. Children under eight should be accompanied by an adult. To register, please contact the library at (570) 226-4620.

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