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  1. Moonlit Walk

    February 6, 2023, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    @
    Arney's Mount Park

    Offered on or around a full moon, this reoccurring series will be led by Naturalist Gina. Leave your flashlights at home and allow your eyes to adjust as we listen and watch for nocturnal animals while gazing at our winter constellations.

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  2. Explore Drawing with color: boxes and bags with charcoal

    February 7, 2023, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    @
    Historic Smithville Park & Smith's Woods

    Warm up your winter with color! Each month a new still life will be set-up and new drawing medium will be explored. Gain skills by completing a drawing using our materials or bring your own. Any artistic level is welcomed. Feel free to drop-in anytime during this 1.5-hour Tuesday 5:30-7pm evening class. Instructor: Leeannwyn Stoner Ms. Stoner is a New Jersey resident, Syracuse University BFA Painting graduate, studied DRAW with sculptor Lawson Smith and is a Hiram Gee Fellowship recipient. She is a working artist and Fine Art instructor, teaching and instilling in her students that drawing is the basis of all creative arts.

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  3. Health Workshop: Eating for Our Metabolism

    February 7, 2023, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    @
    Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences

    Did you ever want to learn about making healthy habits a lifestyle? Here's your chance to join health coach Lisa Curry in this three-part healthy eating series, sustainable habit change for a lifetime of health. We are making health a lifestyle, not a struggle. Join us for a three series workshop. Eating for Our Metabolism, what metabolic health is, balancing your blood sugar, (even if you are not diabetic) sequence eating, insulin resistance and the role it plays on our health, sugar addiction, and the effects on the body combating emotional eating. This workshop takes place on February 7thth from 6 – 7:30 pm.

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  4. Winter Tree ID Series

    February 9, 2023, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    @
    Boundary Creek Natural Resource Area

    How can you identify trees in the winter after they lose their leaves? Bundle up and join Naturalist Gina to explore tree biodiversity at a new park each month. We’ll discover how the textures and patterns of bark along with their growth patterns provide clues to a tree’s identity!

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  5. Winter Tree ID Series

    February 11, 2023, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    @
    Boundary Creek Natural Resource Area

    How can you identify trees in the winter after they lose their leaves? Bundle up and join Naturalist Gina to explore tree biodiversity at a new park each month. We’ll discover how the textures and patterns of bark along with their growth patterns provide clues to a tree’s identity!

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  6. Spotted Lanternfly Egg-Scraping

    February 15, 2023, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    @
    Burlington County Agricultural Center

    We need your help! Join us in partnering with the USDA to scrape away spotted lanternfly egg masses in our parks. A special demonstration will be given by a USDA plant health safety specialist. Volunteers will learn how to easily identify and destroy the eggs of this pesky invasive species and learn why they threaten native biodiversity in our parks. You’ll use your newly learned “skills” to seek out hidden egg masses and help us “beat the bug”. Scraping tools will be provided.

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  7. Hydrogeology of the New Jersey Coastal Plain

    February 16, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    @
    Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences

    When you turn on the water in your house, do you ever ask yourself, “Where does this water come from?” Burlington County’s water supply comes from thousands of wells and streams. This lecture will describe the geology, hydrogeology, rainfall, and the water cycle of Burlington County and the New Jersey Coastal Plain. The program will describe what an aquifer is, how water gets into and out of an aquifer, and how urban and rural areas get and reuse their water. Presented by Pierre Lacombe, retired USGS geologist, who investigated the water supply of the New Jersey Coastal Plain for over 35 years.

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  8. Tuesday Talk

    February 21, 2023, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    @
    Amico Island Park

    At the end of February, waterfowl diversity increases as more species congregate on the Delaware River/Rancocas Creek preparing for their northbound migration. Our walk will take us past all the water bodies surrounding Amico Island to look for these species.

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  9. Owl Prowl

    February 23, 2023, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    @
    Burlington County Fairgrounds

    This program is sure to be a hoot! Join Naturalist Gina in search of the owls that call our parks home. Come learn about the unique adaptions of these mysterious creatures which help them thrive as hunters in the dark.

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  10. Friday Forum

    February 24, 2023, 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    @
    Amico Island Park

    At the end of February, waterfowl diversity increases as more species congregate on the Delaware River/Rancocas Creek preparing for their northbound migration. Our walk will take us past all the water bodies surrounding Amico Island to look for these species.

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  11. Communication in Nature Series: Part 3 - Plants

    February 27, 2023, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

    Senior Park Naturalist Jennifer Bulava will focus on communication among plant species. Plants, especially trees, have incredible methods of “talking” using both the wind and underground networks or the “wood wide web”. Participants will learn about the information plants can exchange and how different species help each other survive. Register online through the Moorestown Library website calendar or by calling the Reference Desk at 856-234-0333.

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