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Cancelled: Bird/Building Collisions: More Common Than You Think

Plymouth Meeting Friends Meeting House 2150 Butler Pike, Plymouth Meeting

Bird-building collisions are more common than you think. It is estimated that anywhere from 300 million to one billion birds collide with glass surfaces in the U.S. each year, and most incidents are fatal. Behind this phenomenon is the popularity of glass in modern architecture; because birds don’t know what glass is, they may think […]

Cancelled: Native Plant Sale and Swap at Briar Bush Earth Fest

Briar Bush Nature Center 1212 Edge Hill Road, Abington

Sorry, this event has been cancelled. Visit us at the Briar Bush Earth Fest! You can help wildlife by planting native plants. Bring one, get one: for every native plant that you bring, you get another for free. If you don’t have plants to bring, there will be plants available for sale. Native perennials, seedlings, […]

Birding with BQ in Arizona

Plymouth Meeting Friends Meeting House 2150 Butler Pike, Plymouth Meeting

Southeastern Arizona is a birder's paradise! On Brian's first-ever trip to this region, he and his friends made the most of their time exploring as many hotspots as they could fit into five days. Through photography and digiscoping, they observed many of the species that make Arizona a premier birding destination in the United States! […]

Invasive Plant ID Part 1 – Trees and Shrubs

Upper Dublin Township Building 801 Lock Alsh Ave, Fort Washington

Invasive plants and shrubs not only crowd out native plants needed to complete ecologically balanced communities, they often harbor disease causing pests. Join us for a lecture followed by a field trip to Robbins Park! Part of the Eco-Friendly Community Series from Upper Dublin Township REGISTER HERE

Birding Colombia!

Santa Martas, Colombia Santa Martas

SOLD OUT! Are you interested in future adventure trips? Please email Leigh Altadonna for advance information. We have shifted this trip to July 2020! George Armistead, Chief Network Officer for Rockjumper Conservation Tours, had suggested we consider the change, having completed a trip to the region this summer. George wants to return and will join […]