DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Saturday, February 15

CANCELED through April 30 - Amid concerns about the potential spread of COVID-19, all public programs, events, and trainings in state parks and forests are...

Join us at the park watching our feeder birds and hike around to see what other birds are in our area. Binoculars available on a first come, first served...

Join us any time in the four-hour time frame to hone your bird identification skills on visitors to the bird feeders while enjoying a hot beverage such as...

This winter season Bald Eagle State Park & the Nature Inn have your equipment needs covered! Stop into the Nature Inn during your next visit to the park and...

CANCELED through April 30 - Amid concerns about the potential spread of COVID-19, all public programs, events, and trainings in state parks and forests are...

Join us at the park to watch our feeder birds Learn the basics of binoculars. Identify some of the more common feeder birds in winter by viewing or...

**This program is currently full and not accepting waitlist registrations.** Grab your special someone and learn how to shoot Cupid's Arrow togehter. This...

Winter is a time when most people stay inside and remain sedentary. However, it is a great time to get outdoors and explore on snowshoes! Learn how you...

Community Science Opportunity! - Beginner bird watching program for adults and children. All ages and skill levels are welcome! Stay warm and observe from...

Common Redpoll - Courtesy of Cornell Website

The Great Backyard Bird Count is a citizen science project created by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society in order to obtain data on...

If you can walk...you can snowshoe! Try it today. A limited number of snowshoes are available daily when Jennings EE Center is open* and enough snow covers...

This program has filled, thanks for your interest. Join us for this trip to the Lackawaxen and Delaware Rivers in search of wintering Bald Eagles and perhaps...

**This program is currently full and not accepting waitlist registrations.** Grab your special someone and learn how to shoot Cupid's Arrow togehter. This...

Update: Due to the warmer weather and no big snow storms in the next few days, we have decided to go with the alternate schedule for the event. The ice by...

Learn how to enjoy this winter sport with the whole family. Learn why cross-country skis work the way they do, how to get fitted in the proper-sized...

Have you ever crossed paths with a coyote? Probably not. Most of the mammals that reside in our woods lead largely secretive lives. Kelly Finan will teach us...

Come join us for a day of fun wintry activities along the picturesque National Wild & Scenic Clarion river within Cook Forest State Park. Various activities...

We will talk about how to ID trees without using leaves. Afterwards we will go on a short hike to practice IDing trees along the Mill Race Trail. This...

Join Envision Blind Sports and Pennsylvania State Parks for an afternoon of winter recreation geared toward individuals who are blind or visually impaired. ...

Our windows are killing birds. Annually up to one billion birds die from colliding with windows. Learn why it’s not big cities and high-rise buildings, but...

As spring is around the corner it is time to bring out our feathered friends who will be returning for their nesting season. Join the Park Naturalists at the...

Get outside this winter and join us for an easy to moderate walk at Pinchot Park. Led by the park naturalist, we will explore the trails in the Conewago Day...

This weekend marks the 23rd Great Backyard Bird Count - an international event encouraging everyone to contribute to what is known about bird populations....

Community Science Opportunity! - You need not be an expert birder, but some bird identification knowledge is necessary for collecting accurate data. Please...

Join the Game Commission’s Environmental Educator to learn all about one of the largest birds in North America. Enjoy an interactive presentation on turkey...

Amid concerns about the potential spread of COVID-19, all public programs, events, and trainings in state parks and forests are canceled through April 30....

Join the park naturalist as we go round listening for the various owls that call the park home. We will begin with a short talk about owls and then go for a...

Saturday, February 15