Category Archives: Events

Tyler Arboretum: Toddlers in Nature: Bye Bye Birdie

Wednesday October 3
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

For ages 18 months – 3 years

Many of our summer birds are leaving us now. Find out why and where they are headed. Use binoculars to look for them.

Toddlers in Nature programs are for toddlers and their favorite adult. Toddlers are all about exploring their sense of wonder and each program includes a story, theme exploration, and time in nature.

https://3828.blackbaudhosting.com/3828/Toddlers-in-Nature-Bye-Bye-Birdie

October Big Day—6 October 2018

Every year for the last four years Global Big Day has set new heights for a single day of birding. This massively international collaborative birding event has been so great we want to have another worldwide eBird Big Day in October. Why October? Because spring is rejuvenating the southern hemisphere and the northern reaches of the world are in the midst of migration. No matter where you are, we’re confident you can find some great birds on 6 October. Let’s see what we can find together on the first October Big Day!

https://ebird.org/news/october-big-day-6-october-2018

Reminder: BIRDING WITH MLSN & RADNOR CONSERVANCY

Experience the exciting hobby of bird watching. Find out what you need and what’s new in field guides and electronic gadgets. Discuss the art and science of bird identification, as well as the best times and places to go. Walk will include birding basics and binocular training. Dress for the weather and be prepared to walk a trail. We will walk rain or shine. Any skill level welcome.

Code: TT31067
Dates: September 26, 2018
Meets: 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Location: The Willows
Instructor: Phil Witmer
$18.00 Course Fee
Save $6 with a MLSN Membership

http://www.mainlineschoolnight.org/CourseStatus.awp?&course=18FTT31067

Tyler Arboretum Family Program: Binocular Walk (FREE for members)

Saturday September 22
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

FOR AGES 7+

Roam the Arboretum with binoculars searching for signs of our furry and feathery friends on this woodland scavenger hunt. Learn about different species of birds, their habitats and their behaviors. Bring binoculars if you have them, or borrow ours!

FREE for members, $12 non-members

Fees are for each adult and each child, unless noted.

https://3828.blackbaudhosting.com/3828/Family-Program-Binocular-Walk-FREE-for-members

Tyler Arboretum: Bird Feeding Essentials

Saturday September 22
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Come explore the 12 essential elements for a thoughtful bird feeding station with Chris Weaver from Wild Birds Unlimited-Concordville. Discover which food and feeder combinations are most likely to attract daily, seasonal and rare birds. Learn about proper feeder placement and how to solve common issues. Experience the essential elements first-hand with a feeding station set-up demo and various hardware, food and feeder products to explore. Participants will get a starter feeder and bird food to take home!

https://3828.blackbaudhosting.com/3828/Bird-Feeding-Essentials

Creutzburg Center Campus Tree Tour

Take a guided tour of Radnor Township’s legendary property which dates back to 1881 when Judge John Innes Clark Hare built his Furness-designed summer home which is now the Creutzburg Center. See outstanding examples of trees and artifacts which still survive on the 30 acre property which was given to the Township by the Hare family as part of the open space program.

Code: TT11067
Dates: September 24, 2018 Check for other dates
Meets: 10:00 AM to 12 N
Location: Creutzburg Center Porch
Instructor: John Hosbach, Jr
$18.00 Course Fee
Save $6 with a MLSN Membership

http://www.mainlineschoolnight.org/CourseStatus.awp?&course=18FTT11067

Tyler Arboretum Birding Trip: Cape May

Tuesday and Wednesday, September 11 & 12, departing at 7 a.m. and returning by 6 p.m.

Join birder Sue Lucas on an excursion to Cape May, NJ. You’ll explore the shorelines, marshes and other habitats to observe the many birds that stop by this wonderful spot on the way to their winter destinations. This two-day trip includes transportation, lodging, breakfast and lunch on Wednesday and a boat ride. Tuesday dinner is Dutch-treat. Bring field guides, binoculars and a brown bag lunch for Tuesday.

https://3828.blackbaudhosting.com/3828/Birding-Trip-Cape-May-11Sep2018

Bird Walk at
Newlin Grist Mill

Date: Saturday, August 25, 2018
Time: 8:00am-10:00am
Location: Newlin Grist Mill, 219 Cheyney Rd, Glen Mills, PA 19342
Meet at the NGM Visitor Center
Cost: Free

Description: Newlin Grist Mill and Wild Birds Unlimited-Concordville are teaming up to explore the wonderful world of bird life. Join us for monthly (last Saturday of each month; Nov.-Mar., 9-11am; Apr.-Oct., 8-10am) naturalist-led walks through the 160-acre park at Newlin Grist Mill. We will meet year-round residents, visit exciting migrants, and learn the basics of bird identification and biology.
Families and beginners are welcome!

Birding with MLSN & Radnor Conservancy

Experience the exciting hobby of bird watching. Find out what you need and what’s new in field guides and electronic gadgets. Discuss the art and science of bird identification, as well as the best times and places to go. Walk will include birding basics and binocular training. Dress for the weather and be prepared to walk a trail. We will walk rain or shine. Any skill level welcome.

Code: TT31067
Dates: September 26, 2018
Meets: 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Location: The Willows
Instructor: Phil Witmer
$18.00 Course Fee
Save $6 with a MLSN Membership

http://www.mainlineschoolnight.org/CourseStatus.awp?&course=18FTT31067

Wildlife Over Waste Clean-up at John Heinz Wildlife Refuge

PennEnvironment is holding a press conference and clean-up on July 25 at the John Heinz Wildlife Refuge to highlight the problem of foam litter in our parks and celebrate the introduction of new legislation that would ban single-use polystyrene cups and take-out containers in Pennsylvania. The press conference will include the bill’s sponsor House Rep. Tim Briggs, John Heinz Refuge Manager Lamar Gore, and PennEnvironment’s Conservation Associate, Jessica Bellwoar, who will address the importance of keeping our parks safe, clean places to hike, paddle and play.

https://pennenvironment.webaction.org/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=638