A nonprofit in Bucks County is offering local residents the chance to enjoy the flora and fauna of a nearby park this weekend.
The Primrose Creek Watershed Association, headquartered in Solebury, will be hosting a Bird Walk along the Primrose Creek in New Hope on Aug. 26 at 8 AM. The event is being co-sponsored by the Solebury Township EAC.
“Diane Smith from Honey Hollow, will guide a Bird Watching walk along the Primrose teaching about the birds in the area, while a member of the Primrose Creek Watershed will share their insights regarding the waterway, which is home to many, many birds,” the Bucks County Audubon Society wrote online.
The watershed was once a site of Lenape activity for centuries before the Europeans arrived. It played an important role in tribal life as a hunting and camping site close to the Delaware River and Aquetong Spring.
“Today it includes the historical and cultural sites of Phillips Mill, Lathrop Homestead showcasing Morgan Colt’s Arts and Crafts village, as well as a science study site for both Solebury School and New Hope Solebury public schools.”
Learn more about the event at the Primrose Creek Watershed Association.