Day camp at Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-4pm each day. Hike to the big lake, explore the bog, play games with friends, learn about the environment, connect with nature, and more. Campers will be immersed in a week of nature explorations with experienced educators in a full schedule of hands-on activities. Cost: $90.
Camp at Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-1pm each day. Children will explore the habitats using nets, bug boxes and other exciting hands-on methods. Games, crafts and activities reinforce the concepts and importance of habitats while fostering a curiosity for the natural world in a fun, safe environment. Cost: $65.
Trail U workshop at Morgan Outdoors, 46 Main St., 1pm. Learn how to maintain hiking trails. Wear hiking boots, dress appropriately for the outdoor conditions and trail work, pack plenty of water and bring work gloves. Register online at www.nynjtc.org/view/workshops. 518/628-4243.
Spring Awake Hike at Lacawac Sancruary, 10am-12noon. Take a walk through the forest to an aquatic habitat in search of movement and growth. All ages are welcome on this exploratory adventure hike. Registration appreciated. Cost: $5. Members: Free. 570/689-9494.
Come find displaying Woodcocks with the Sullivan County Audubon Society. At 7pm meet leader Renee Davis at the Youngsville School parking lot on Shandelee Rd. We will carpool from there. Call Renee at 845/482-5044 before 7pm for more info or if weather is questionable.
After winter’s snow has melted and spring’s rain has fallen, vernal (seasonal) pools are the perfect place to find amphibians and reptiles at Lacawac Sanctuary. Catch, photo document and release species for the Pennsylvania Amphibian and Reptile Survey (PARS). For ages 8 to adult. Bring your own lunch. Registration appreciated. 570/689-9494.
Take a walk through the forest to an aquatic habitat in search of movement and growth at Lacawac Sanctuary, 10am-12noon. All ages are welcome on this exploratory adventure hike. Cost: $5/free for members. 570/689-9494.
Meet walk leader John Haas at the parking lot on Haven Road at 8 am. Bring binoculars and a scope if you have one. We will go the Main Boat Launch when finished at Haven Road to see additional species. Boots may be of help in this area. The walk lasts about 2 hours. This is a joint field trip of Bashakill Assoc (info at www.thebashakill.org)
Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and local astronomer John Kocijanski for a free Star Watch program. Watch the stars and planets, observe deep sky objects, and learn how to locate the constellations. Space limited, registration required. 845/583-1010 or email@example.com.
Everyone is welcome to join the Roscoe Chamber of Commerce and friends at Junction Pool for Opening Day of fishing, 7:30am. Refreshments will be served. Rain or shine.