Holiday Tea and Tour
94 Sanctuary Road
Lake Ariel, Pa
Lacawac’s historic 1903 Watres Lodge will be dressed for the upcoming Christmas season while you enjoy a variety of baked goods and finger foods with seasonal tea. Experience the beauty of this summer estate and hunting lodge with a guided tour. Buy tickets in advance – seating is limited. Cost: $25 per guest.
Holiday Bows and Boughs
538 Emery Road
Dingmans Ferry, Pa
Create your own holiday decorations using natural materials! Evergreen boughs and materials will be available for you to make wreaths. You can also bring your own supplies and decorations – music, drinks, and snacks will also be provided! Preregistration required is required for this program. Phone: 570-828-2319.
$20 per wreath
Full Moon Night Hike
1309 Vosburg Road
Explore the trails and nocturnal life under the illumination of the full moon. The EMNC naturalist will lead a hike through the woods at the Endless Mountains Nature Center. This event is for all ages.
Wildlife Conservation Day
Wildlife Conservation Day promotes the conservation and protection of threatened species, specifically elephants, rhinos and tigers and raises awareness about the harmful security, economic and environmental effects of wildlife poaching and trafficking. To help combat wildlife crime by reducing consumer demand, individuals are encouraged to take a Wildlife Pledge to become a more responsible consumer and learn about the products they purchase so that they can help protect wildlife.
How to Celebrate World Wildlife Conservation Day:
Learn more about wildlife conservation and to be part of the solution to wildlife crime. Go online and join the thousands of other individuals who have taken the wildlife pledge.
Promise to learn more about wildlife conservation, to spread the word about the importance of protecting our planet's most endangered species and the impact of poaching on our environment.
Learn how to become a responsible consumer in order to stop illicit wildlife trade.
You can also take direct action by making a charitable donation to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). 100% of all donations go towards training and equipping the rangers who are the wildlife protectors, and often the only thing standing between a baby tiger or elephant and a poacher.