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Trim a Tree for Wildlife and Winter Bird Walks this Saturday at Gloucester County’s Scotland Run Park Nature Center

(Clatyon, NJ) – Experience the joy of giving back to nature by helping the Gloucester County Department of Parks and Recreation as they “Trim a Tree for Wildlife” this Saturday, December 2nd at 10:30 am at Gloucester County’s Scotland Run Park. 

Gloucester County Freeholder Director Stephen M. Sweeney and Freeholder Frank DiMarco announced that during this unique program residents will help make edible ornaments and use them to decorate the trees for the wildlife that live at the park. 

The program is fun and teaches a great tradition you can start at your own home.  This program is being hosted by the “Kid’s Nature Club” and it is free.  Please register by calling 856-881-0845.  Scotland Run Park is located on Academy Street in Clayton.

Also at Scotland Run Park, the Gloucester County Department of Parks and Recreation has scheduled a series of Winter Bird Walks.   Join in on Saturday December 2, January 6 and February 3 at 8am.  Meet at the Nature Center and bring binoculars.  Be sure to dress for the weather.  Please register by calling 856-881-0845.