When settlers first to early Pennsylvania, the new world was filled with opportunities for hunting, trapping, and fishing with extensive wildlife. However as more more people settled in PA, wildlife starting disappearing due to overhunting and loss of habitat. Joe Hildebrand, PA Game Commission Officer, will take us back in the time through stories and historical demonstrations to show how hunters and early government came together to support conservation. This program is best suited for adults, teens, and school age children. Preregistration is required.
This program will held in the picnic area by the park office. Drive past the park office about 100 yards and turn right into the lot. Please bring your own lawn chair to sit on.
Saturday, August 7, 2021 at 1:30pm
Yellow Creek State Park, 170 Route 259 Hwy
170 Route 259 Highway, Penn Run, PA 15765-5941