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How much do you know about Talleyrand Park? Learn more during this self-guided tour

The public is invited to explore the past, present and future of Talleyrand Park with Centred Outdoors from 2-5 p.m. Sunday in downtown historic Bellefonte. First, stop at the Centred Outdoors welcome table for a map of the information stations you’ll visit during your self-guided stroll. Start your adventure at the park’s first addition — the gazebo — designed by late sculptor Rob Fisher and completed in 1976 just in time for US Bicentennial celebrations. Next, visit the Freight House and find out how it was moved to its current location and about future plans for a kayak museum. Nearby, the Bellefonte Historical Railroad Society will be available to answer questions about the town’s railro

See a diverse community during a stroll at the Barrens to Bald Eagle Wildlife Corridor

ClearWater Conservancy invites you to attend the next Centred Outdoors adventure taking place Sunday at the Barrens to Bald Eagle Wildlife Corridor in Port Matilda from 2-5 p.m. and Wednesday from 5-8 p.m. Bring your binoculars and a friend to experience all the Wildlife Corridor has to offer during a stroll through its meadows and woodlands. Participants will learn about the importance of wildlife corridors and see the diverse community of bird, mammal, plant, pollinator and amphibian species they support. Thirty nine acres of the Barrens to Bald Eagle Wildlife Corridor was purchased by ClearWater Conservancy in 2010 and is protected with a conservation easement held by Halfmoon Township. A

Choose your own adventure when Centred Outdoors explores Poe Paddy Tunnel

Everyone is invited to participate in ClearWater Conservancy’s next Centred Outdoors adventure at Poe Paddy Tunnel from 2-5 p.m. Sunday and Wednesday from 5-8 p.m. This adventure, led by Penns Valley Conservation Association, will showcase the natural beauty of Penns Creek and its surroundings, in an area of the stream known for its healthy population of wild brown trout. After a scenic drive to Poe Paddy State Park, visitors will start down a short path before passing through West Paddy Mountain via the recently renovated Poe Paddy Tunnel, originally built in the late 1800s. Once on the other side of the tunnel, visitors will choose their own adventure based on fitness level and personal in

Explore with the Experts at Spring Creek Canyon

People of all ages and fitness levels are invited to attend Sunday's Centred Outdoors Adventure at Spring Creek Canyon, co-hosted by ClearWater Conservancy and Spring Creek Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Visitors will discover a wide variety of plant and wildlife in the canyon and along the creek during a 2.2 mile hike with knowledgeable guides including naturalist, outdoor writer and photographer Mark Nale. Along the way, hikers will stop and learn about turtles and amphibians from the Pa. Fish and Boat Commission and take a close look at macroinvertebrates such as crayfish that live in the stream. Bob Carline, retired fisheries biologist, will explain why the population of these small organis

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