DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Saturday, March 26

Birding with Baird

Spring is almost here and we can't wait to welcome back our migratory bird friends back to Nolde Forest! *Adults and Families who are interested in learning...

Eagle Watch

Please bring your binoculars and spotting scopes to the Park Office for a driving tour to eagle hotspots along the National Wild & Scenic Clarion River. ...

Eagle Tour

Join park environmental education staff to learn of the remarkable comeback of this majestic raptor. We will caravan and tour the park and surrounding areas...

Volunteer: Cavity Nest Work Day

Are you interested in helping or learning more about birds? Become a Bird Box Volunteet!! As a bird box volunteer, you will be part of the PA State Park...

What's Quacking at Yellow Creek?  The Duck Migration of Yellow Creek

Did you know Yellow Creek is home to an IBA (Important Birding Area). We serve as a rest stop on the Atlantic Flyway for all kinds of migratory ducks,...

Hen Turkey with Poults above the Project Wild Logo

Join PA Game Commission, PA State Park, and Keystone Elk Country Alliance educators at the Elk Country Visitor Center to learn all about Eastern Wild...

Tree Identification Walk

Enrich your enjoyment of nature by learning the basics of tree identification using more than just leaves. Join DCNR staff for a guided walk in and around...

Wildflower Walk

Want to get some exercise and look for signs of spring? Join us along the Creek trail as we search for emerging wildflowers, returning migrant birds, and...

Wood Duck Nesting Box Workday

Wood Duck Nesting Box Workday – Saturday, March 26, 2022 10:00AM – 2:00PM – Meet at Parking Lot at end of Burton Road - Moraine Join Moraine State Park...

Healthy Hike

Continue your new year’s resolution by taking a walk in the park! The General Kane Trail is an easy to moderate approx. one mile hike through the woods. ...

Name That Conifer

While most trees lose their leaves for the winter conifers like pines, spruces, and hemlocks are green all year long. A park educator will be on hand to help...

Identifying Migratory Waterfowl

Learn about ducks, loons, grebes, mergansers, and other waterfowl that travel through Sinnemahoning State Park during the spring waterfowl migration....

Hunters of the Sky

Nolde Forest and Mifflin Community Library are pleased to present a very special program from Indian Run EEC! Join educators, human and avian, from Indian...

Mammals of Northeast PA

Everyone loves to capture a glimpse of wildlife; here is your chance to learn about the some of the magnificent mammals common to Salt Springs Park! Led by...

Ornamental Tree and Shrub Pruning Program

Penn State Extension Master Gardener, Carolyn Weathers, will present a one hour worshop on pruning ornamental trees and shrubs. Topics will include why to...

Signs of Spring Guided Hike

Spring is here! The signs can be subtle, so join our staff for a closer look at the park's flora and fauna that tell us winter is over. We will take 1-mile...

Survival Skills

Could you survive if you became lost in the wilderness? Join the park naturalist to learn a few basic survival skills. We’ll cover fire making, using a map...

Happy Spring Field & Stream Hike

Want to get outside and hike? Tired of being cooped up? Join us for our first hike of the season. On this hike, we will learn all about the birds and...

Attracting Bluebirds Workshop

Are you interested in attracting bluebirds or other cavity nesting birds to your backyard? Join us for a crash course on cavity nesting birds at the park...

Boulton... An Early Pennsylvania Gun-making Center

Join guest speaker Dave Ehrig as he traces the five generations of the historic Henry Gunsmithing family. From the banks of the Bushkill Creek to the Western...

Maple Sugaring

Learn all things maple sugaring: how it was discovered, how it was made historically, and how things have changed over the years. Travel to the sugar bush...

Signs of Spring - Changed due to Weather

Updated due to weather forecast! NEW location: Wildlife Center NEW content: PowerPoint Presentation followed by shorter walk. Signs of spring are...

Porky Porcupines

Find out what porcupines eat, where they sleep, and when you may see them at Black Moshannon State Park. Make a porcupine to take home with you. Meet at the...

American Woodcock. Photo Credit: Mark Olivier, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)

A sure sign of spring are the ritualized display flights of the American Woodcock. Join us as we discuss what makes this bird so amazingly odd, and then...

UV Night Hike

Take a stroll on the boardwalk to see the unique plants and animals that call the bog home. On the hike back, we will use UV lights to see which plants and...

Amphibian Migration

Every spring, frogs and salamanders emerge in droves to travel to the vernal pools they breed in. Some of these amphibians can only be seen during this time...

Saturday, March 26