Get a glimpse of night-time critters

Learn more about some of the animals that venture out when most of us are asleep during this program from 1:30-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at PPL’s Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center.

Kathy Uhler of the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center will bring her furry friends to demonstrate some of the adaptations they have developed to help them get around easier in the dark.

This program is free, and attendees are encouraged to make a small donation to aid the recovery of the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, which was damaged by a tornado in July.

For directions to this event, click here.

The Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center is part of PPL’s Wallenpaupack hydroelectric project, built in 1926 near Hawley, Pa. The learning center is off Route 6 just east of the intersection of Routes 590 and 6 and next to Wallenpaupack Area High School. The hydroelectric plant provides clean, renewable energy in times of high electricity demand. The learning center offers programs and workshops to teachers, students and the public on the environment, conservation and the lake.

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