his Week’s Fun Fact about the Owls of Penn’s Woods comes from Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation’s Kathy Uhler Did you know...There are seven kinds of owls that call Penn’s Woods home? From the smallest, the Saw Whet Owl is only seven inches tall and averages a mere three ounces; to the largest, the Great Horned Owl at almost two feet tall and weighing three pounds! Don’t miss Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation as they share more interesting facts with a Nocturnal theme alongside live furry and feathery friends 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. October 22 in the pavilion at Bushkill Falls!
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THE NIAGARA OF PENNSYLVANIA F Eight Waterfalls F Miles of Nature Trails F Wildlife Exhibit F Native American Exhibit F Gift & Souvenir Shops F Ice Cream Parlor F Fudge Kitchen F Snack Bar F Mining Maze
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24 This Week in the Poconos
October 22, 2016 Where to Go! What to Do! What to See! in the Pocono Mountains of Northeast Pennsylvania