Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow (BCAS) invites everyone to celebrate nature at their third annual Earth Day Festival, held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 14, at the beautiful and historic Honey Hollow Watershed, in New Hope.
The festival is a family-friendly community event designed to connect people of all ages to the natural world and inspire a love for the environment. Participants can learn about local conservation organizations, purchase natural and environmentally friendly products and connect with nature through live animal presentations, bird walks, bug hunts, stream stomps, nature storytime with the Doylestown Library and more.
BCAS provides education about the natural world, including birds, wildlife and their habitats. Through a variety of programs, from Pre-School Explorers to Summer Nature Camp to regular Bird Walks, it seeks to inspire everyone to become stewards of the environment.
BCAS Executive Director Stacy Carr-Poole encourages, “Earth Day is the perfect time to celebrate the natural world, and this festival is the perfect place. We encourage everyone to come out, get your feet wet, get a little dirty and learn about how you can protect the Earth.”