Learn about the history & geology of the Thomas Iron Works site in Hellertown, led by Lehigh University’s Frank Pazzaglia and hosted by the Saucon Creek Watershed Association.
Join the Bertsch Hokendauqua Catasauqua Watershed Association, Northampton County Parks, and the Watershed Coalition of the Lehigh Valley for live reptile and amphibian demonstration at Wayne Grube Park. Learn about amphibian and reptile characteristics and habitat.
Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day by experiencing one of the best scenic views on the Appalachian Trail right here in the Lehigh Valley! This is a moderate out and back hike of about 4 miles on rocky terrain.
Experience the rugged beauty of one of the most pristine natural areas in the Lehigh Valley and enjoy the sights and sounds of early spring as we walk the Lake Trail at Minsi Lake Park.
See anomalous stone constructions believed to have been built by Native Americans and learn about their possible meaning.
Virtual Event: JThe Delaware River impacts the lives of 13 million people just they continue to impact the river. This program provides an overview of this interactive relationship, including the basin’s decline from pollution since European settlement, and its recent revival to become the 2020 river of the year.
Join us for an evening (after sunset) of frog and salamander stalking, led by Jim Wilson and Brad Kunsman around the Minsi Lake/Bear Swamp area. We will visit vernal pools, watch salamanders on the move, and learn about the lives and habitats of our local amphibian friends.
Leave us your contact information, and we’ll email out a registration link the day before – if you can make it, then register! Limited to 20 participants. Plan for a chilly, dark, and wet evening.
Virtual Event: Join us to learn about sink hole issues in the Lehigh Valley. The program will present the basics of karst geology and its relationship to sink holes.
Experience the winter woodlands at Northampton County Parks Department’s newest open space acquisition and learn about the history and mystery of the site’s famous Hexenkopf Rock.
See amazing stone constructions believed to have been built by Native Americans over 2500 years ago and learn about the possible meaning and science behind ongoing research at this site.