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Plenty of wildlife topics in this spring issue: photos, bear tagging, stream clean up, photographing ducks. Lots to do, too: the newly restored Memorial Hall in Philadelphia, the Omni Bedford Resort, and the amazing Jay Bee Circus in Butler County.
A wide variety of ducks live in and migrate through Pennsylvania. Learn techniques and tips for taking excellent photos this spring. by wayne miller
Philadelphia’s Please Touch Museum, a family playland, recently moved into Memorial Hall by jim mcclelland
Historic resort reopens as a world-class luxury destination by larry g. mckee
Back at You!
No matter how we try to blend in, our state’s wild residents almost always see us before we see them.
Jay Bee Circus, Festival of the Birds (Presque Isle), Sherman Theater, Hickory Run State Park, Chester County Hall of Heroes, tagging black bears, and restoring mine-drainage damaged streams
Bed & Breakfast: Lawrence County
Spring Events Calendar : March through mid-May
Town & Country Stories: The Geologist on the Strip
Although he dreams of his native Albania every night, Koko Prifanti has found a home in Pittsburgh, next to the cheese and olives by bette mcdevitt
Did ’ja Know? : Our Native Residents
Who were they and where did they go? This may be the easiest or the most difficult quiz in “Did ’ja Know” history—you be the judge by publisher al holliday
Our next issue (JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2009) will feature a ten-page special article about independent miners in Schuylkill County. If you like to see more of the photos of these miners by Christian Abraham, see his FLICKR site HERE.
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This issue has the following subjects:
- Coal mining in Schuylkill County, how the independents are struggling to continue
- Repairing stained glass in Pittsburgh
- Farming and living on an island in the Susquehanna in the ’30s and ’40s
- Pittsburgh’s National Aviary
- Winter wonderland festival at Cook Forest State Park
- Clock and Watch Museum in Lancaster County
- Hotel Fauchere in Milford
- Getz Barrel Co.
- General George G. Meade, forgotten hero of the Battle of Gettysburg
- Natural details photo essay by Greg Walker of Lower Burrell, Westmoreland County
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