(Posted July 11, 2001)

Mark Nale, outdoor columnist for the Centre Daily Times and Tyrone Daily Herald newspapers, will present a slide lecture on the wildlife along the Juniata River as well as trout fishing opportunities along the Little Juniata River and the Frankstown Branch at 8:30 p.m. July 21 at the Seven Points Recreation Area amphitheater as part of the Juniata College Summer Environmental Education Programs.

Nale will take visitors on a photographic journey along the Juniata River's run through central Pennsylvania, paying particular attention to the river's branches and tributaries.

In addition to his newspaper work, Nale also is a field editor for Pennsylvania Sportsman magazine. His writing and photography have appeared in more than 20 national, state and local publications.

Juniata College's environmental education programs at Seven Points are sponsored by a college alumni group, the Friends of the Raystown Field Station. For more information on the program, please call Chuck Yohn, director of the Raystown Field Station, at (814) 641-3572.

Other summer presentations at the Seven Points amphitheater include:
Aug. 11, 8:30 p.m.: A presentation of dinosaurs and fossils by Dick Fonda, a physical metallurgist at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C. The Seven Points Recreation Area amphitheater is adjacent to the Seven Points Visitors Center. The Seven Points Recreation Area is near Hesston, Pa., several miles off Route 26.

Contact April Feagley at feaglea@juniata.edu or (814) 641-3131 for more information.