The 77.5-acre Pool Wildlife Sanctuary headquarters Wildlands’ main office and the Air Products Environmental Education Center. Its place in our history is thanks to the vision of Air Products founder, Leonard Parker Pool, who bequeathed the sanctuary to Wildlands in 1975. The preserve offers a wide variety of wildlife viewing opportunities. Visitors can enjoy the boardwalk along the Little Lehigh Creek, hike trails through deciduous and coniferous forests, and spend time in the open meadows of the urban forest stewardship area. Safe parking is available in the main parking lot accessed from Orchid Place. The preserve is open to the public from dawn to dusk.