Guided walks, workshops and presentations which explore our connections to the natural world.

You are invited to lace up your hiking shoes for one of our Wildflower Walks or nature walks around the area or join us inside for one of our special seasonal programs. 

Pine Barrens Botany by Boat

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location: New Jersey Pine Barrens
Fee: $20 Members/$25 Nonmembers
Guide: Susan Mrugel, MS, RLA, Temple University

Learn more here!

Bidens cernua - Nodding Bur-marigold,  Photo by Link Davis

Bidens cernua - Nodding Bur-marigold,  Photo by Link Davis


Wildflower Walk

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Time: 9:30 am
Location: Mill Grove Audubon
Fee: Free
Guide: Link Davis

Join us for a leisurely wildflower walk!  

No advance registration required.

Gentiana andrewsii  - Bottle Gentian, Photo by Link Davis

Gentiana andrewsii  - Bottle Gentian, Photo by Link Davis

Wildflower Walk

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Time: 9:30 am
Location: Hemlock Point, Green Lane
Fee: Free
Guide: Link Davis
No advance registration required.

Come out and join us at Hemlock Point in Green Lane! As this is the last wildflower walk of the season, we will be having a potluck picnic in the parking lot after the walk.  Bring your chairs and snacks to share.

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A special night in October for Conservancy upper-level members & donors

Guide: Shealyn Marinoresearcher for Wilkes University
Northern saw-whet owl's migration from northern breeding grounds to southern hunting grounds happens in our area in October and November.  Banding is done to collect data to help biologists learn about the timing, intensity and pace of migration.  These little owls are somewhat mysterious to ornithologists who until the mid 80’s knew very little about them.  They are nocturnal and seldom seen, despite being one of the most common owls in forests in northern North America.  Learn more about them here:

Thank you to our Out & About Exploration Series Sponsor!