Lehigh Gap Nature Center

The Lehigh Gap Nature Center is a member-supported 501(c)3 non-profit conservation organization located in Lehigh Gap, PA, at the foot of the Kittatinny Ridge. Our mission is to protect the wildlife and enhance the habitats of our Refuge and the neighboring Kittatinny Ridge. We promote conservation in the Lehigh River Watershed through education, research, and outdoor recreation for the benefit of present and future generations. The nature center includes the Osprey House, our ?green? building used for indoor instruction and gatherings, and a 756-acre wildlife refuge. The refuge features approximately 400 acres of restored Superfund site in addition to other unaffected habitats, including ponds, bottomland wetlands, a 2.5 mile riparian zone, forested slopes, cliffs, and savanna at the higher elevations.

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145 Main St
Slatington, Pennsylvania 18080

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