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Virtual Lunchtime Lecture: Groundhog Day

Why do we look to the groundhog to predict our coming spring? Learn where this tradition came from and some fun facts about our fossorial friends.

Must register to recieve the link. This program will be virtual on Microsoft Teams. Please check the link ahead of the program to make sure you can access it properly. All links to Teams for Little Buffalo will be the same - therefore, by registering for one of this series, you can access all of them. If you require special accommodations, please reach out to mmarker@pa.gov ahead of the program to discuss. 


Here is the list for the rest of Jan. and Feb.

Jan. 24th – Fossils

Jan. 26th – Winter Birds

Jan. 31st  – Tree ID – Soft Mast Species

Feb. 2nd – Groundhog Day

Feb 2nd – Evening Groundhog Day Special – Animal prognosticators – time TBD

Feb. 7th  – Maple Tapping & ID

Feb. 9th   – Wildlife Forensics

Feb. 14th  – History of Maple Sugaring

Feb. 16th  – Tapping a Maple with Chapman State Park

Feb. 21st   – Presidential Impacts on Wildlife

Feb. 23rd  – Intro to Astronomy with Cherry Springs State Park

Feb. 28th – Winter Animal Tracks & Signs

Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Little Buffalo State Park
1579 State Park Road, Newport, PA 17074-9428


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