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Delaware Nature Society Eco-trip: Montana and Yellowstone

Story and Photos by Joe Sebastiani, Ashland Nature Center Manager What happens on a Delaware Nature Society Eco-trip? This spring’s adventure to Montana and Yellowstone featured lots of Black Bear, Grizzlies, Bison babies, over 150 species of birds, and world-class scenery. Throw in a few overnights in haunted hotels, cute mountain towns, and great food, …

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Teen Naturalists Orienteering Adventure

By Carrie Scheick, Teen Naturalist Program Leader The Teen Naturalists kicked off 2017 by orienteering at French Creek State Park in Berks County, PA. This 7,339 acre park was logged repeatedly to make charcoal for the Hopewell Furnace, which operated until the late 1800s. The land was sold to the government in the Great Depression, and …

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Costa Rica: A Wildlife Paradise

By Derek Stoner, Seasonal Program Team Leader Continuing our “flashback tour” from our Costa Rica 2015 adventure: As our group settled in at the comfortable Evergreen Lodge on the banks of the picturesque Tortuguero River, we could hardly imagine the bounty of wildlife could be any greater than what we found right around our accommodations.    …

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Costa Rica Adventure Begins: Journey Into Tortuguero

By Derek Stoner, Seasonal Program Team Leader The Delaware Nature Society led a trip to Costa Rica recently, journeying from coast-to-coast in this verdant Central American country for twelve days in late October and early November of 2015.  The group, led by Derek Stoner and Judy Montgomery, began our adventure in the capital city of San Jose.  Aboard …

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