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Bird Seed Sale deadline
October 15 @ 5:00 pm
Monroe County Conservation District’s Environmental Education Center has scheduled its Truckload Wild Bird Seed Sale for Saturday, October 24, 2020
The Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center is gearing up for its fall bird seed sale. This sale offers our members and the public the opportunity to purchase high quality bird seed at the lowest prices of the year and just in time for the winter bird feeding season. We are pleased to announce that this year’s sale will once again feature Aspen Song Bird Seed Blends. The Aspen Song formulas are the result of careful testing and a thorough knowledge of the target birds. Aspen Song Wild Bird Food will attract a greater number and variety of seed-eating bird species and contains no cereal grains or fillers, and come in a variety of blends and sizes. Also available will be black oil sunflower seed, thistle, suet and several other specialty mixes.
We also offer a wide variety of high quality Droll Yankee and other feeders, some of which are squirrel proof, in our gift shop. All proceeds from the sale of bird seed and feeders go to support our environmental education programs.
This sale is Saturday, October 24th , from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ordering deadline is Thursday, October 15th. You may obtain a complete order form by calling the Center at (570) 629-3061, Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and most Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. You may also download the order form from our website: www.mcconservation.org. Prices are reduced for this truckload sale, but don’t forget we sell bird seed in our gift shop along with a wide variety of feeders and field guides year-round.
Directions to Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center: From Stroudsburg (or Exit 302 from I-80 West or 302B from I-80 East) go North on Route 611, travel half mile to the second traffic light in Bartonsville, and turn left onto Rimrock Drive. Follow Rimrock Drive for 0.4 mile, bear right onto North Easton-Belmont Pike, go 0.2 mile, then bear right onto Running Valley Road. The Center is 0.7 mile on left.