The Quittapahilla Audubon Society is restarting its monthly programs.
Each of the all-ages programs will be held at 7 p.m. on a Wednesday inside Holy Trinity Lutheran Church at 723 Lehman St., Lebanon.
The series kicks off Wednesday, Sept. 28, when Fred Habegger will present a program titled “Morning has Broken,” featuring time-lapse videos and clips from the home, countryside, and waterways.
On Wednesday, Nov. 16, Pennsylvania Parks and Forest Foundation president Marci Mowery will present “Exploring Your State Parks & Forests.”
In lieu of a program in December, a Christmas Social will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 14, but the programs continue again on Wednesday, March 22, with a program on grassland raptor conservation at Milton Hershey School by licensed bird bander and middle school science teacher Nate McKelvie.
On Wednesday, April 26, David Barber will present on the movement ecology of turkey vultures in North America. Barber works at the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary where he oversees the sanctuary’s geographic information system and long-term monitoring programs.
For more information about the Quittapahilla Audubon Society, visit the organization’s website.
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