Nature at Night is the newest program at Scotland Run Park, held on a Thursday night, once a month, from 7-8pm. Nature at Night is like a nature special that the public can come to! There will be presentations full of beautiful images as well as real animals on display. This program is free but due to limited space registration is required. Click here to register online or call 856-251-6710.
January 20 (Registration opens 1/14)
Join Michael McGraw, Senior Wildlife Biologist at Resource Environmental Solutions LLC, for a journey through the "Wonderful World of Reptiles!" Come see live reptiles native to the area and learn more about these cold-blooded critters!
February 17 (Registration opens 2/11) Ms. Katie Fisk of the Briar Bush Nature Center will give a fascinating presentation on "Nocturnal Animals". There will be a live owl on site!
March 17 (Registration opens 3/11) Join us for a presentation by Dr. Alicia Shenko, professor at Delaware Valley University, about the fascinating mammals that live in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Come learn more about the furry creatures that surround us!
April 21 (Registration opens 4/13) join us for a presentation by John Rokita of Stockton University for "How Birds Make a Living". John will be bringing stuffed specimens of a number of New Jersey birds for participants to see up close and personal, as he describes their natural history. Don't miss this!