As Pennsylvania’s only all species and farm animal rescue, Indraloka provides “heaven on earth” for 165 animals that have nowhere else to turn. We educate the community, especially children, on ways in which we can better care for ourselves and the environment while helping animals in need.
Winter Solstice Nature Walk and Celebration – Saturday, December 21, 2013 12-3PM
|Celebrate the winter solstice with a nature walk through the sanctuary with naturalist and veteran teacher Mike Friedlin. Mike will tell us about rare flora and fauna right here on sanctuary grounds, medicinal uses of plants, and what insects and animals are doing over the winter. You will also have a chance to visit with the sanctuary’s animal residents. Mike, who currently teaches science at Abington Heights Middle School, has been an educator for over 33 years. Along with his classroom work, Mike acts as the Middle and High School Ecology Club Advisor, and leads the Tropical Rainforest Ecology Club on trips to such destinations as Panama, Costa Rica, and Ecuador. To date, Mike has led 40 trips, with more planned. Vegan treats and hot cider in the hayloft after the nature walk.|
Winter Stories from Around the World – Sunday, January 5, 2014 1-4PM
|Join us for an afternoon of traditional Native American stories and other tales from cultures around the globe. Learn about animals while you enjoy the warmth of a bonﬁre, hot cider and treats as well as an introduction to the animals here at the sanctuary. Space is limited, and pre-registration is required. When we receive your pre-registration, we will send you details and directions.|
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