Little Bluebird is looking for her friend, the wind, but she can’t find it! She searches high and low, looking to a flagpole standing tall and down to dandelions growing in the park. Will Little Bluebird find her friend? Come find out with us! After the story, you can make a simple bird feeder to take home.
Attracting Bluebirds and Why It’s Important
Not very long ago, Eastern Bluebird populations were in decline. Thanks to many dedicated lovers of nature, they are doing much better. Can this improvement be sustained? Join us and explore the bluebird’s history in Pennsylvania, their uncertain future, and what you can do to help. After the lecture, you can build a bluebird house to take home.
Calling All Bluebirds!
Have you seen bluebirds in your backyard? What are they doing? What can you do to keep them coming to your yard? Come explore the lives of bluebirds and find out ways you can help them right in your own backyard! After a hands-on investigation of feathers and nests, you can build a bluebird house to take home!
Moonlight and Snow
In January, we attempted to hike Sugar Camp Trail in the snow, but we had record-breaking warm weather! We are trying again – come hit the trail at night and search for animal tracks in the snow as it crunches under our feet. If you missed the January nighttime hike, or just want to do it again, you are in luck! Join us with your flashlight or headlamp, jacket, boots, and gloves, and explore the trail at night.