With acres of unbroken forest interior, Tyler is recognized by the Pennsylvania Audubon Society as an "Important Bird Area" site. Join experienced birders Richard Brenner and Dick Cloud as they search for summer residents and discussthe relationship between birds and their habitats. Both beginners and experts welcome. Bring bird guides and binoculars.
Visitors can learn about the life cycle of the butterfly, get tips on creating a butterfly-friendly garden, play games and work on craft projects. Green Partner's Farm Explorer, a hands-on farm on wheels, will be on site to provide visiting children with an interactive insect learning experience, and gourmet pizza will be available for purchase from the Pizza Wagon.
Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at Tyler's historic homestead. Originally built in 1738, Lachford Hall represents over two centuries of residence by the Minshall-Painter-Tyler family. Today, guests can see the home while learning about the people who once inhabited it.
Experience the magic of Tyler's natural areas at twilight. Guide Dick Cloud and Tyler staff will share points of special interest and seasonal highlights while leading a brisk hike. Participants should bring flashlights and wear shoes suitable for uneven terrain.