Creep Through The Forest At Night With The Pisgah Field School

 

June 26, 2017



The Pisgah Field School, a local nonprofit dedicated to environmental education and outreach, will host “The Cradle Creeps at Night” at the Cradle of Forestry Heritage Site on June 30 from 8:30-10:30 p.m. Have you ever wondered what critters come out at night and call the forest their home? Be introduced to the furry, slimy, feathered and winged creatures that live in Pisgah National Forest through a live animal program with guide and naturalist Carlton Burke. Afterwards, participants will be guided through the paved trails of the Cradle, searching for fireflies, snakes, eye shine and anything else that wants to make an appearance along the 1-mile trail. See what happens at the Cradle of Forest when the gates close and the lights go off.

This program is by registration only. Do not call the Cradle for questions or directions — call (828) 884-3443. Register at http://www.pisgahfieldschool.org. This is a rain or shine event.

The Pisgah Field School is the education wing of the Cradle of Forestry in America Interpretive Association and operates under permit with the USDA Forest Service.

 
 

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