Using the generous Penn Community Bank donation of $10,000, eleven Bird Town received up to $500 to support projects that they created to have a positive impact on their communities to support birds and to create healthier habitats. Here are the winners and their projects:

  • Abington Township is adding a Demonstration Native Plant Garden at their local library including educational signage
  • City of Allentown is providing 12 months of Environmental Programming for children at their local library; they also obtained $1100 for a paid intern from Muhlenberg College to help with the Bird Town Programming at the Allentown Public Library
  • Concord Township is creating Environmental Educational Signage for several of their Parks
  • Easttown Township is enhancing their local library’s Birding Kits and providing educational programming
  • New Britain Borough is adding native plantings for their local park for habitat restoration
  • Newtown Township (Bucks) is remediating a public garden with native plantings and providing educational signage
  • Red Hill Borough is creating educational tabling materials including brochures and posters
  • Richland Township hosted a Raptor demonstration and program with over 65 attendees!
  • Solebury Township hosted a Birding drawing workshop held at Bucks Audubon’s Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center and was sold out!
  • Upper Moreland is restoring a wetlands habitat with native plantings and including educational signage
  • Whitehall Township is restoring native habitat and a local bird watching area