Education Programs - January 2017


NEW YEAR’S DAY HIKE


Ring in 2017 with fresh air and exercise on this annual ranger-led hike. Celebrate the new year learning about the natural and cultural history of Warwick County Park.  

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RESOLUTION HIKE


This year we resolved to get more people hiking in the parks. Brings a friend to enjoy a ranger-led moderate and social hike. Intensity and route may be influenced by hikers' interest. Resolution hikes will be held the 1st Saturday of the month and alternate between Nottingham and Wolf's Hollow County Parks. No registration required



WILD ANIMALS UP CLOSE


Learn about the wild animals of Pennsylvania up close! Explore the parks’ animal mounts and have a hands-on discussions about habitat and adaptations.  

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PAWS ON THE PATH


Parks are for dogs too. Take a ranger-led hike with your dog to get a little exercise and socialization. A great way to meet other dogs and dog people. Dogs must keep their humans on a leash. Please bring a clean up bag (or two) and water for dog and human - no water is available at Wolf's Hollow. Hikes will be held the second Saturday of the month and alternate between Nottingham and Wolf's Hollow County Parks. No registration required.
 



WEIRD WILDLIFE


Venomous mammals? Snakes playing dead? Dogs that climb trees? Who knew! There is no need to travel around the world to find some of the most bizarre animals on the planet - many of them live in your backyard. Come in from the cold to learn about Pennsylvania’s craziest critters.  

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WHO’S NOT HIBERNATING?


Not every critter hibernates in the winter! Explore the park to discover who’s not hibernating at Hibernia. Look for tracks and see whose active....and what they might be doing this time of year. 

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BASIC BOATING COURSE


Boating Safety Education Certificates are required for all operators of personal watercraft, regardless of age, and for boat operators born after January 1, 1982 that operate motorboats of more than 25 horsepower. 

This free PA Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC) course is designed to help boaters make better informed decisions on the water. Instructors will provide course materials and information via a classroom setting to help you reduce the risk of injury and conflict on the water. Those who successfully complete the course may obtain this certificate, which is good for a lifetime (fees apply). 

A minimum of eight (8) hours of class time is required. Participants should bring a lunch/ snacks. Sessions will also be offered in February.



    
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