Friends of the Wissahickon
January 25, 2015
It’s not easy to stay warm and cozy in the depths of winter. We throw on boots and mittens or hang out inside with hot cocoa and cookies, others head to Florida for a few months. Well, winter’s no easier for our animal friends in the Wissahickon Valley, and they don’t wear mittens or drink cocoa, though some might fly to Florida. What do they do when the cold wind blows and the snow starts falling? Come get cozy in Cedars house and find out how our favorite Wissahickon Valley inhabitants manage the winter season. Weather permitting we’ll go on a short walk to look for signs of activity, returning no later than 4pm. Children welcome with a responsible adult.
Space is very limited so registration is recommended to reserve a seat. The Cedars House Café (on Forbidden Drive just below Northwestern Ave at Andorra Rd.). Talks are cancelled if driving conditions are hazardous or if Cedars House Café has to close.
– See more at: http://www.fow.org/news-events/cedars-talks-what%E2%80%99s-wissahickon-wildlife-winter-michael-kopena#sthash.iz3njBx2.dpuf