New Teaching Rain Garden!​

Supported by PA American Water Company and Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful.

​Lehman Sanctuary

Enjoy this day at the Lehman Sanctuary -  filmed by Warren Ruda, Citizens Voice:

Immersive environmental education at its best: School educational field trips and guided nature discovery for private groups can be scheduled by appointment. Experience: 
- Wetlands and stream water discovery
- Hands-on habitat field projects - amphibian, wildflower, herbs and trees identification and research. - Exceptional Value forested wetlands and meadow research for up-close and direct wildlife and habitat discovery.

Field and classroom environmental education. Guided adventure.

What is here? 

Dragonflies, like the Black Saddlebugs, Common Bluet, Common Whitetail , and Ebony Jewelwing. Birds, like the Great Blue Heron, Green Heron, Hairy Woodpecker, House Finch, Northern Cardinal, and Red-bellied Woodpecker. Mammals, like the Beaver, Bobcat, Black Bear, Red Tailed Fox, and the Fisher. 
Trees and shrubs, like the Black Ash, Eastern Pine,
Black Cherry, Eastern Hemlock, Fire Cherry, Green Ash, Hawthorn, Ironwood, and Meadowsheet. Wildflowers, like the ​Arrow-Leaved Tearthumb, Foam Flower, Gold-thread, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Mayapple, and Marsh Violet.

Field Partner: Our naturalist guides include amphibian and watershed specialists, entomologist, ornithologist, and noted naturalist, Rick Koval. Koval is a naturalist with WNEP TV Pennsylvania Outdoor Life and works with regional resort and land conservation organizations. Koval’s consulting include contributions to the Pennsylvania Natural Diversity and Biological Inventories and the Luzerne County Butterfly Atlas.  Koval is also the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Timber Rattlesnake Assessment Program’s Northeast Regional Field Team Leader.