Overcast
Overcast
32 °F
December 04, 2016
River Reporter Facebook pageTRR TwitterRSS Search

Outdoors

Wallenpaupack Shoreline Hike

October 8, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-12 noon. Take in the view during this 3-mile guided hike to the Wallenpaupack shoreline. By maintaining the natural and scenic integrity of its shoreline and surrounding forests, Lake Wallenpaupack is a leading example of nature and man coexisting. Wear sturdy shoes. Registration appreciated. Cost: $5, members free.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Historic Watres Paddle

September 24, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 9-11:30am. Join historian Roy Chesseri for a guided paddle on Lake Lacawac. Get a glimpse into the vision behind Lacawac’s 50 year history as well as founder, Arthur Watres’ vision for research, education and public enjoyment. Boats and lifejackets provided; personal lifejackets may be used. Registration limited. Cost: $15.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Bird-Watching on the Water

September 17, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 8-11am. Join experts from Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society for an early morning paddle on Lake Lacawac. Enjoy a bagel breakfast in the historic Watres Lodge. Boats and lifejackets are provided; personal lifejackets may be used. Registration limited. Cost: $15, members $10. 570/689-9494.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Bird-Watching on the Water

September 17, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 8-11am. Join experts from Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society for an early morning paddle on Lake Lacawac. Enjoy a bagel breakfast in the historic Watres Lodge. Boats and lifejackets are provided; personal lifejackets may be used. Registration limited. Cost: $15, members $10. 570/689-9494.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Partner Ridge Hike

July 16, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 10am-12noon. This loop through a mature oak forest will treat you to awesome geological features. Join Delaware Highlands Conservancy on a hike along the Partner Ridge Trail of Lacawac Sanctuary. Wear sturdy footwear. This program is free, donations appreciated. Registration appreciated. 570/689-9494.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Lacawac’s Amazing GeoRace

June 25, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-11am. Lacawac’s Amazing GeoRace takes geocachers on an adventure solving puzzles, finding containers and earning points while discovering natural and historic features on the sanctuary’s property. Register your team before race day and earn 1 bonus point. Tickets at lacawacgeocrace2016.bpt.me.
Cost: $40 for a team of 4-6.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

New Hope Community 6th Annual Wallace Berkowitz Golf Outing

May 23, 2016

New Hope Community Foundation's 6th Annual Wallace Berkowitz Cup. Registration and breakfast at 9:30am, shotgun start at 10:30 with lunch on the turn; cocktails, dinner, awards and raffles at 4pm. Teams and sponsorship opportunities available. 845/434-8300.

For More Information: 
Christina Seti
Contact Phone #: 
845/434-8300

Slimy and Scaly Search

May 7, 2016

Slimy and Scaly Search at Lacawac Sanctuary, 10am-3pm. Join the Northeast Regional Coordinator Larry Laubach to catch, photo document and release species for the Pennsylvania Amphibian and Reptile Survey (PARS). Preregistration is appreciated at 570/689-9494 or info@lacawac.org.

For More Information: 
570/689-9494

Audubon field trip

April 24, 2016

Sullivan County Audubon Society bird/butterfly field trip Birds and Butterflies of Fir Brook, 8am. Meet leaders Ruth McKeon and Renee Davis at the parking lot opposite the Citgo Station in Parksville. If weather is questionable call Ruth at 845/434-4629 or Renee at 482-5044 before 7pm.

For More Information: 
Call Ruth McKeon
Contact Phone #: 
845/434-4269

Conservation Leadership Academy

June 26, 2016

Students (ages 13-16) will be immersed in a week-long resident camp at Lacawac Sanctuary and Field Station. Campers will experience science alongside local environmental professionals and resident university researchers. Full details at lacawac-outreach.org. Camp is $200; scholarships available for Wayne County students.

For More Information: 
Jamie Reeger
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494
Syndicate content