Streaming Nature for Adults
Program Information and Registration
Join a LIVE webinar with Briar Bush Educators and special guest to learn more on topics such as beekeeping, native plants, astronomy, and injured wildlife!
Pricing and Discounts
Each webinar connection is $40 per program.
Friends of Briar Bush Members receive a 20% discount.
Abington Township residents also receive a 10% discount.
Purchase a membership at the time of registration
to take advantage of early enrollment and discounted fees.
Watch on your computer or cast to your TV!
The Zoom link will be sent to your email one week before the program.
Have you considered taking up beekeeping as a hobby? Beekeeping is increasingly popular in cities and suburbs, and is beneficial for the individual and the surrounding environment. Join us for a "sweet" time as Environmental Educator Ehren Gross invites you into a beehive and shows how extracting honey can be fun and delicious. Ehren will be joined by Master Beekeeper, Joe Duffy!
The Sweet Taste of Summer: Beekeeping and Honey Extraction
Wednesday, July 15 @ 7pm
Do you want to have a beautiful outdoor space that also benefits pollinators, birds, and other creatures? Did you know there was a native plant nursery right here in Abington? Join Briar Bush Naturalist and Land Manager Mark Fallon and Collins Nursery Director Diane Ehrich to learn more about fantastic plants for local properties. Followed by a Q&A with your questions about plants, gardening, and what might work for your yard or other spaces.
Plant with a Purpose: Native Plants for Your Garden
Wednesday, July 29 @ 7pm
Shooting Stars: The Perseid Meteor Shower
Wednesday, August 12 @ 7pm
Those aren't raindrops falling on your head, they're shooting stars! Look up at the night sky and find out what is currently happening and what is yet to come with the Perseid Meteor Shower and more. Join Environmental Educator Ehren Gross and astronomer hobbyist Joel Adams in a talk about the night sky.
Backyard Wildlife 911
Wednesday, August 26 @ 7pm
With many of us spending more time at home lately, we are noticing all the wildlife that share our spaces. But, what should you do if you think an animal is in trouble? Will a mother bird abandon its chick if you put it back? Why is this baby squirrel approaching me? What do I do with a nest of baby bunnies when no mother is around? Find out the answers to these and many more questions with Animal Curator Katie Fisk and her special guest Jackie Kent, Director of Education and licensed wildlife rehabilitator for the Philadelphia Metro Wildlife Center. We will also be joined by some of Briar Bush's animal ambassadors and learn their stories, all of which came from wildlife rehabs.