The Quittapahilla Audubon Society has announced its next round of free events open to the public this summer.
Here are some upcoming local activities to consider:
- Wednesday, July 6. (State Game Lands #156)
Come out for “Birds, Blooms, and Butterflies” on State Game Lands #156. Meet at 10 a.m. at the “sharp curve” parking lot just past the Miners Village ballfield (Granite & Boyd Streets). Leader Jim Fiorentino (717-269-0675).
- Sunday, July 31. (Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area)
Meet 3 p.m. at the visitors’ center within the Middle Creek Wildlife Management area for “Butterflies, Dragonflies, and Their Habitat.” Binoculars recommended to observe the butterflies and dragonflies. Leaders Fritz Heilman (717-273-0487) and Jim Fiorentino (717-269-0675).
- Tuesday, Aug. 2. (Governor Dick)
Observe butterflies and other insects at the meadow near the Governor Dick Tower. Meet at 10 a.m. in the Environmental Center parking lot. Leaders Fritz Heilman (717-273-0487) and Jim Fiorentino (717-269-0675).
Group size varies from a half dozen to a baker’s dozen or so, according to publicity chairwoman Ruth Krebs. Typically no registration is needed in advance.
Find more information on upcoming events and local resources at the Quittapahilla Audubon Society website.
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