Education Programs - January 2016

New Year’s Day Hikes
It’s a new year and a new beginning, start off with fresh air and exercise! Learn about natural and cultural history on a ranger-led, 2- mile hike with moderate slopes. Bundle up and bring your water bottle and hiking shoes to set out on the right foot!

Weird Wildlife
Venomous mammals? Snakes playing dead? Dogs that climb trees? Who knew! There is no need to travel half way around the world to find some of the most bizarre animals on the planet; many of them live in your backyard. Come to Warwick County Park and learn about Pennsylvania's craziest critters!

Paws On the Path
Nottingham rangers love to see people in the park with their dogs, and often joke they know the dogs’ names, but not the human visitors! Hikes are designed to let dogs & their people meet for fun and socialization. All dogs must have their walker on a 6 foot lead, and be ready to pack out any reminders from the trail. Blanket & food donations for local shelter welcome! Hikes are also scheduled for February 13 and March 12.

Wild Animals Up Close
For Ages 2 - 5. Learn about the wild animals of Pennsylvania up close! Explore the parks’ animal mounts and have a hands-on discussions about habitat and adaptations. Program also available for scout/ youth groups upon request.

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