The Shavers Creek Environmental
Center offers visitors an up close view of eagles, falcons,
owls, hawks and vultures.
other species found throughout the parks, public lands, and
forests of the Laurel Highlands/Southern Alleghenies include the
eastern wood-pewee, barn swallow, blue jay, black-throated green
warbler, and the great horned owl.
Huntingdon County Wildlife
Creek Environmental Center
Kids Summer Camps
Center - Shaver’s Creek is one of only a few
facilities in central Pennsylvania licensed to conduct
educational programs with permanently injured (non-releasable)
birds of prey. With approximately twenty birds of over a dozen
species, the Raptor Center offers visitors an up-close view of
vultures, falcons, owls, hawks, and eagles.
Moth Suppression at Raystown Lake
at Raystown Lake, Huntingdon County,PA
Commission Migration Area/ Raystown Lake -
Three thousand acres of habitat has been aggressively managed to
maintain wildlife; one of PA's premier watchable wildlife areas.
Observe waterfowl, eagles, osprey, small game, deer, and bear in their
natural habitat. Rural Route 1 Box 222A, Hesston, PA 16647