Get Your Tail on the Trail is offering a free trail walking program this year. Vary up your exercise routine and meet new people, learn new things, and experience different areas of the D&L trail.
Although these trail walks are free, we do still ask that you sign up for them so that we can control the number of people walking. Walking with a group is fun, energizing and social; walking in a horde is not. We are limiting our walk to 30 people.
Cancellation policy: We will cancel if the heat index is above 92, if it is expected to rain during the walk or if there were heavy rains leading up to the walk that made the trail difficult to navigate.
Rescheduling: Not all walks have rain dates. Please check the description to see if there is a rain date. You can also check out tailonthetrail.org the day of the event. If it is cancelled it will be on the website.
Visit: tailonthetrail.org for more information about the walks, sign ups, and updates.
Join Terry Master, retired professor of Biological Sciences from East Stroudsburg University who taught courses in ornithology, general ecology, animal behavior and tropical ecology with specific research efforts in songbirds, on a 2.5 mile hike along the Bobolink Trail of the D&L. Along the way topics of discussion will center around the history of the location, ecology, and the behavior of local wildlife, specifically the birds we come along. It is suggested to bring a set of binoculars, although there will be some on hand for lending.
Meet at the Osprey House