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Urban Bird Program of Latin America

FREE Virtual Program Click here to register! In this FREE virtual program, join former Hawk Mountain Conservation Science Trainee, Tatiana Berenice Sanchez, to learn about her work with the The Urban Bird …Read More

The Susquehannocks: Land, Identity, and Regional History

Hershey Gardens Conservatory 170 Hotel Road, Hershey, PA, United States

The Susquehannocks built the largest Indigenous settlements in this region.  They cleared land and farmed on a large scale, aided by excellent local growing conditions and the Susquehanna River as a transportation …Read More

A BUZZTAIL ODYSSEY: The Pennsylvania Timber Rattlesnake Project

Lehigh Gap Nature Center 8844 Paint Mill Road, Slatington, United States

Join us in person at LGNC for a Speaker Series presentation by Game Commission biologist Rob Bertoni! Learn the story of the origins, evolution, and discoveries of the Pennsylvania Timber Rattlesnake Project, a 20 year …Read More

Third Saturday Bird Walks

SOAR (Studying Ornithology Around the Region) walks, 8:00 AM first and third Saturdays; various locations in the area. Larry and Sharon Williams, 717-655-7414; or The Institute, 717-762-0373. Check The Institute’s website calendar or Facebook page for …Read More

Bake Oven Knob Hawk Count Informational Hike

Bake Oven Knob

Are you interested in counting birds for science while enjoying scenic views? If so, we invite you to learn about volunteer opportunities at the Bake Oven Knob Hawk Watch during an informational hike and bird walk …Read More

Wilderness Medicine Day

Hawk Mountain has partnered with the Kempton Fire Company to offer this wilderness medical field course that will cover several topics within wilderness medicine and emergency training. CEU's available for all EMS …Read More


Bird-Friendly Communities

Christ Presbyterian Church 421 Deerfield Road, Camp Hill, PA

Bird-Friendly Communities is an Audubon initiative meant to help promote wildlife-friendly choices in our communities and to aid building environments that can support the coexistence of humans and wildlife. The growth of …Read More

Movement Ecology Of Turkey Vultures In North America

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 723 Lehman Street, Lebanon, PA

With a range that stretches from Canada to the Falklands Is-lands, the Turkey Vulture is the most widespread and abundant New World vulture. Yet, despite their abundance much of the basic ecology …Read More

Native Plant Sale

Diakon Wilderness Greenhouse 562 Mountain Road, Boiling Springs, PA

Hosted by Appalachian Audubon Society and Diakon Wilderness Greenhouse.

Native Plant Sale

East Hanover Township Nature Park 328 N Crawford Rd, Grantville, PA

Shop our wide selection of Manada-grown native plants, which provide food and habitat for the diverse creatures that are a part of a healthy ecosystem.  Other features include art vendors, an additional …Read More

Family Nature Journaling

The Nature Place at Angelica Park Bernardine Street, Reading, PA, United States

Nature journaling is a fun, relaxing practice that deepens our connections with nature by encouraging mindfulness, increasing attention to detail, and fostering a sincere appreciation of nature's beauty. The whole family is …Read More


Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College 1 HACC Drive, Harrisburg, PA

Make a difference one step at a time!  Support Manada Conservancy and a healthy community & environment by walking/running or by donating (or both!) during this annual fundraising walk.  Grab a friend …Read More

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Native Plant Sale

Hawk Mountain Visitor Center 1700 Hawk Mountain Road, Kempton

Visit the Hawk Mountain Native Plant Sale on May 20-21 to choose from nearly 100 native plants, shrubs, trees, flowers, and more to your home landscape with the help of the Sanctuary's …Read More