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All Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon events are FREE and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

If it appears that the weather might dictate a change or cancellation, please call the program coordinator (as listed for each event) for the latest details.


April 15: “ADOPT A HIGHWAY” litter pick-up. Join us for our annual cleanup along Route 191 near Lake Ariel, PA. Free breakfast afterwards!! Call Kathy at 570-253-9250 to sign up.

April 23: EARTH DAY FESTIVAL BIRDING & BREAKFAST. 8 AM. Join us for a bird walk along Shuman Point at Lake Wallenpaupack (binoculars provided for those who need them). 9:00 AM breakfast at the Settler’s Inn. $12.00 fee for the breakfast. To reserve a spot, call Northeast Pa. Audubon Society at 570-253-9250. Space is limited.

May 6: BIRD WALK at PROMPTON DAM. 7 AM. Meet at the picnic pavilion above the dam. Join walk leader David Trently as he points out all the birds singing, feeding, nesting or just passing through the area.

May 7
: Bird Walk Himalayan Institute. 7 AM. Join us for a bird walk at the Himalayan Institute, north of Bethany, PA. The walk is open to public and free, except you may choose to join the optional breakfast (approximate cost $8) in their dining room following the walk. To sign up, contact Kathy at 570-253-9250.

May 13:
PENNSYLVANIA ANNUAL MIGRATION COUNT. Join a team to look for returning migratory birds. All ages, all levels of expertise & knowledge welcome. Contact Chris at 570-446-9597 or

June 17
: WORKSHOP: ESTABLISHING GOLDEN-WINGED WARBLER HABITAT. Time – 8:30 AM-1 PM. In partnership with the Northern Tier Hardwood Association, we are offering this workshop for forest landowners, loggers, and foresters interested in establishing Golden-winged Warbler habitat. The goal is to facilitate and maintain good forest practices while creating habitat for the declining species whose population is at-risk for listing under the Endangered Species Act. We will spend the morning out in the field examining an ongoing project to establish this critical habitat. We will meet at R Ranch, 162 Beaver Run Lane, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. Please contact Sarah at NTHA at 570-265-7753.

July 22 & 23:
NEPAS ART AND CRAFT FESTIVAL. 10 to 5 each day. A wonderful family event with art and crafts for sale, free wildlife shows, nature exhibits, and children’s crafts. The $5 entrance fee supports NEPAS scholarship programs. Children under 12 free. Held at Wallenpaupck High School on Rt 6 in Hawley.

September 16
: BIRD-WATCHING AT LACAWAC. 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Lacawac Sanctuary. Whether on land or water, birds make their presence known with their songs, cries and brilliant flight. The experts from Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society will lead the bird walk. Enjoy the trails at this National Natural Landmark. Registration is limited. Call (570) 689-9494 or email

October 27
: OWL BANDING. 8 PM. Join the Northeast PA Audubon Society at the Monroe County Conservation Center to watch Darrel Spicher catch in mist nets, measure and make other observations of Northern Saw-whet Owls, while Jackie Spicher records the information. We can’t guarantee he will catch saw-whet owls, but we have been joining him for about 10 years and only once did he fail to catch any of these little owls. For more information and to register, contact Bob at
December 16: AUDUBON’S 118TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT. This survey provides critical data for scientists who study the long-term trends in bird populations. Participate and learn how we conduct this local count within a 7.5 mile radius of White Mills, PA. For more information call Barbara at 570-253-2364.


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