Hike at Picton Sanctuary

Posted on: June 11, 2017

Join DCNR Environmental Education Specialist Megan Fedor on an interpretive hike at the George & Lillian Picton Wildlife Sanctuary in White Haven.

Megan will introduce you to many of the plants, animals and ecosystems located at Picton. This local gem, open to the public, is rich with diversity. While hiking, we will keep our eyes peeled for deer, turkey, bluebirds, frogs, salamanders as well as ripening blueberry bushes and wetland plants.

This hike will be along White Tail, Split Rock and Lillians Pond trail and will be approximately 3 miles of easy to moderate hiking.

Wear sturdy shoes, bring water and snacks. There will be picnic tables and benches to rest and snack before and after the walk. Bring lunch and stay longer if you like.

Hike will be cancelled in case of heavy rain.

Office: please arrive 15 minutes early so hike can start on time. Registration limits and deadline

Located at Picton Sanctuary from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Members: $5 Guest: $10

Reserve your space early, this program is limited to 25.

To register contact North Branch Land Trust Office – (570) 310-1781, or click the Register Event button below.

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