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Hawk Mountain Sanctuary To Host Fall Native Plant Sale Sept. 16

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in Berks County will host its annual Autumn Native Plant Sale on September 16 outside of the Visitor Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring a wide variety of native trees, grasses, vines, shrubs, and flowering plants.

The sale is open to the public, and all proceeds benefit Hawk Mountain's conservation and education programs.

Native plants available for purchase include asters, goldenrods, milkweeds, coneflowers, brown-eyed susans, and more.

Plant sale volunteers will help make the sale enjoyable, educational, and as convenient as possible; they will carry purchases to buyers' cars, store them until the end of the day's visit, and offer great gardening tips.

Garden volunteers will be present to help visitors with plant selection and care. The bookstore also offers a year-round selection of native plant gardening books for those interested in learning more.

The sale also provides a great reason to explore the Sanctuary's trails and scenic overlooks, since the Autumn Hawkwatch will be in full swing and migrating hawks can be seen soaring in increasing numbers.

Mid-September is the peak of broad-winged hawk migration, Hawk Mountain's most numerous migrant, so big flights are possible.

In addition to the sale, staff, volunteers, and trainees will offer the regular weekend programs including the free Raptors Up Close Program. Also, the Autumn Lecture Series will continue that Saturday evening with Sky Literacy presented by Gary Becker.

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For more information on programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary website or call 610-756-6961.  Click Here to sign up for regular updates from the Sanctuary, Like them on Facebook, Follow on Twitter, visit them on Flickr, be part of their Google+ Circle and visit their YouTube ChannelClick Here to support Hawk Mountain.

[Posted: Sept. 5, 2017]


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