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September 20, 2016

Another Busy Weekend on the Mountain

Monarch Day, Zeiss Optics Day, & more!

This Saturday is going to be an exciting one on the Mountain. In addition to our regularly scheduled Weekend Programs, several activities and programs will take place. The line up is as follows:

Monarch Migration Day: 11am - 2pm
Free information and fun activities focused on monarchs and during the peak of their long-distance migration. Children's activities will be located in the Gallery and will include the "Journey North Symbolic Migration" activity where kids’ notes and their decorated butterfly goes to a school in Mexico.

Monarchs Up Close: 9am - 4pm
Visit John Drummond, monarch biologist from Lafayette College, in the covered pavilion from 9 am to 4 pm to see monarch banding demos as well as his collection of live monarch eggs, caterpillars, chrysalises, and adult butterflies. 

Zeiss Optics Day: 10am - 3pm
Come for a great opportunity to meet with a Zeiss optics specialist to test and learn about a variety of their products. The experienced representatives will help you find the best product for your needs and address all your optics questions.

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Meet the Fall Forest: 1pm - 2:30pm
Join Dr. Sacchi from Kutztown University to learn to identify common trees and fall flowering plants at Hawk Mountain as fall arrives. During a casual walk, learn about plant ecology, fruits and seeds produced by many plants in fall, and a variety of traits that prepare plants for the winter ahead.

We're excited for busy weekend ahead, and hope to see you on the Mountain! Can't make it? Visit hawkmountain.org/events to see what other programs are coming up soon, including the continuation of our Autumn Lecture Series

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