Winter Ecology Roundtable

Ever wonder what occurs to nature during the cold, winter weather? What is life like for all those little critters? How does the Rancocas Creek watershed sustain its winter ecosystems? Are you curious as to how a frog, turtle, heron or hawk manage to survive the winter? Come on down to the Rancocas Pathways-sponsored ‘Winter Ecology’ seminar and join us in a rousing cheer for the first day of spring!


This open forum (free to the public) will cover ice harvests, ecology and conservation, and quite a bit more. The goal of the roundtable is to serve as a catalyst for further interest in, and discovery along, the Rancocas. While our roundtable will be held indoors, attendees may want to sneak away for some easy and pleasant kayaking on the Mt. Holly Village Oxbow. Kayak rentals will be available and all proceeds support Rancocas Pathway’s Education is Fun, Naturally youth programs.

The roundtable will be held rain or shine while fully acknowledging the Garden State’s mid-March weather is often what we might charitably call a genuine adventure. We look forward to seeing you there. In the interim, feel free to drop us a line, if you have any questions or care to volunteer a little time on this activity. Your support really does make a big difference!

Our March roundtable is the first of a series of seasonal public forums and educational events tied the health, preservation and improvement of the Rancocas Creek and Watershed and the quality of life for all–to include our wildlife friends–who call it home.

Zap back any questions to the Rancocas Pathway’s program director at:

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