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Briar Bush Nature Center

1212 Edge Hill Road
215-887-6603

Our Mission:

Our mission is to provide environmental education to individuals and groups of all ages through on-site and outreach experiences, protect and nurture a natural wildlife habitat and promote conservation of natural resources by increasing awareness and understanding of the environment.



Reviews

Jennifer Pforte

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Friday, Feb. 16, 2018
This is a nice quiet little sanctuary and I think it's that way because not many know about it...outside are the woods, a bird observatory, a pond, two screech owls and a friendly turkey vulture in wire enclosures. Inside are several rooms with all manner of reptiles, snakes, bugs, a blind possum, a rabbit, domestic rats, a chinchilla, a bearded dragon, and a turtle dove. They also have some children's books and a little table for little ones to have quiet time. The volunteers are always welcoming and they have a box for voluntary donations. The birds you can see here are turtle doves, cardinals, blue jays, yellow finches and sparrows. You see them from inside a wooden building out a window and they are a delight to the eyes! Plus in their ponds they have fish, frogs and turtles. Bring lunch and a book! Bring your kids! What a wonderful way to enjoy Our Creator's creations!

Julian Kelly

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Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
I love coming here! It's a fun, family friendly place and seeing all the wildlife never ceases to bring me out of a bad mood.

Candido Paredes

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Thursday, May 24, 2018
I love nature and this place is great to visit with the family or yourself.

Bruce Angney

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Thursday, June 7, 2018
Cozy little suburban nature center with museum, pond, and enclosed bird observatory

Cybele Perry

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Tuesday, March 6, 2018
12 acres in the middle of suburbia with a great collection of animals to keep your kids entertained.

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