Why haven’t you seen as many monarch butterflies as you used to?
Are you afraid of bats?
Did you know that frogs take in air through their skin?
What species are endangered and why?
Come to the Indian Valley Public Library for “Wild About Wildlife”
to enjoy workshops and displays on these topics — and more!
Saturday, September 7th
Indian Valley Public Library
100 East Church Ave.
Telford, PA 18969
For families, adults, and kids of all ages.
Workshops (feel free to attend as many as you like):
10:00 am Philadelphia Zoo — amphibians
10:30 am Bucks County Audubon Society (Diane Smith)
11:00 am Kirkridge Reflections (Anna Marie Caldara) and Lenape Nation (Barbara “Blue Jay”)
12:00 pm Native plants and gardening (Marc Randel from Penn State)
12:30 pm Endangered species of PA (Bob Berghair)
1:00 pm Marvelous Monarchs (Dave & Audrey Harding)-butterfly release at 1:30
1:30 pm Peace Valley Nature Center (Gail Hill) – what a nature center is all about
2:00 pm Heritage Conservancy- Bats! (Sandra Yerger)
2:30 pm Upper Bucks SPCA (Melissa Frank)
3:00 pm Pennsylvania SPCA (Susan Underkoffler)
3:30 pm Dept of Conservation and Natural Resources (Officer Andrew Rohrbaugh)
4:00 pm Montgomery County Bee Keepers (Harold Jenkins & Horace Thomas)
4:15 pm Gems and Minerals (Merrill Dickinson)
Also doing displays throughout the day:
SAVE from Souderton Area High School
Gems and Minerals of PA
Oliver the Dog Who Loves to Sing (Robin Naylor)
Hatfield Boy Scouts
Philadelphia Zoo “Zoo on Wheels”
Bucks County SPCA
For more information, visit www.ivpl.org/events/45-programs/448-wild-about-wildlife