The following programs will be held during May at Nescopeck State Park. For more information or to register, please call 570-403-2006, unless otherwise noted.
Saturday, May 10-Registration for Summer DiscoverE Nature Camps begins; 1 p. m.
Registration for our summer DiscoverE programs will begin on May 10 at 1 pm and go until camps are full. For more information on dates and times for the different camps, please visit DCNR’s on-line calendar of events and search under Nescopeck State Park: http://www. apps. dcnr. state. pa. us/Calendar/list. asp
Please keep in mind we can only accept registrations from parents/ guardians for their own children. Please do not send relatives or friends to register your child for you.
Saturday, May 10-Junior Bird Club: Spring Bird Walk; 9 a. m.–1 p. m.
We’ll stay close to home for this meeting and go in search of songbirds returning to the park from their winter migration. Dress for the weather and bring a lunch, drink, and snacks for the day. The Junior Bird Club is always open to new members ages 9 & up. There is a one-time fee of $5 for new members who are welcome to join at any time. The program is supported by the Greater Wyoming Valley Audubon Society. Register by calling 570-403-2006. Meet at the park office.
Sunday, May 11-Conservation Volunteer Work Day 1 –3 p. m.
Here at Nescopeck, Mother Nature could use some TLC, so today we’ll be focusing on some invasive species removal throughout the park. To help us plan projects accordingly, please register by calling 570-403-2006. Meet at the park office.
Saturday, May 17-Wildflower Walk -2 p. m.
This program is for adults 18 & up. We’ll go on a hike and identify spring wildflowers along the way using field guides. Wear sturdy shoes and feel free to bring a camera! Space is limited for this class. Register by calling 570-403-2006. Meet at the park office.
If you need accommodation to participate in park activities due to a disability, please contact the park or make inquiries through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at 1-888-537-7294 (TTY).
Bureau of State Parks Staff will gladly discuss how to accommodate your needs. With at least three days’ notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.