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Nature Center Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm

Park Hours: dawn-dusk

All outdoor restrooms currently open.

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Through the Lens

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Recent Trail & Bird Sightings

July 23

A section of the East Shore Trail is closed due to an active yellow jacket bee nest. And a juvenile Roseate Spoonbill was seen on the lake.

July 23

Wildwood Way Trail will be closed for tree work on Monday, July 26th from 8a.m. – 2p.m

July 22

Listen for Willow Flycatchers at the 2.5 mile marker on the Towpath along the Lake. Katydids can also be heard in the evening.

July 13

The primitive trail connecting the Delta Boardwalk to the North Boardwalk is closed due to flooding.

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Wildwood News

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Posted July 2, 2021

PA Song Bird Mortality

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Posted June 16, 2021

COVID-19 Update

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Upcoming Events

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Join a Dauphin County Library System Librarian and Wildwood Environmental Educator for a fun outdoor story session for children ages 2-5. Stories, songs, rhymes, play and an activity will introduce Wildwood critters and the joy of books and language to youngsters. Program will occur outdoors. Space is limited. Pre-registration required.