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Eagle Watching in the Delaware Water Gap
Join us as we venture into the Delaware Water Gap in search of Bald Eagles, one of the best areas in the east to view these magnificent birds. There is also a chance that we might see a Golden Eagle or Peregrine Falcon. This is a great opportunity for photographers. Please dress for the weather, bring a lunch and binoculars. There will be a stop for coffee and snacks along the way. Registration is required.
Swatara Greenway and Canal Education Program
Enjoy a trip back into history and forward into the future, both on the same night! This free education program will feature stories of the historic Union Canal along the Swatara Creek as well as current preservation projects that protect the buffer land along the canal in the Swatara Greenway.
History of the Lehigh River
Local historian Louise Bugbee will lead a journey through time along the Lehigh River. The Lehigh River functioned as the main artery of this region for the Native Americans, fostered the growth of early America, and contributed to the Industrial Revolution. It was loved, used and abused in turn. But things changed, and the Lehigh is once again running clean and clear, and is a beloved asset to the people who live within its basin.