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Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow

Since 1969, Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) at Honey Hollow has been dedicated to educating the people of the greater Bucks County region about the natural world as a way to create a strong environmental and conservation ethic.

Through a wide range of environmental and science programs, BCAS educates thousands of people each year. A majority of BCAS programs focus on children, who need to spend time in nature for their healthy development.

Whether through school field trips to the Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center, summer and school holiday camps, or special programs for families, children can engage in hands-on learning and discovery all year long.

However, nature is just as important for adults, so BCAS also offers enriching programs for adults who want to maintain their lifelong connection to nature.

From the Nurture Your Inner Naturalist speaker series to bird walks and birding trips, adults can grow their knowledge and love of the environment.

BCAS is currently offering a Winter Birding Bonanza! Winter is a great time to explore nature, and birds are a fabulous way to connect. So join BCAS for one of these great programs.

To learn more visit www.BCAS.org.

  • January 26th to February 16th – National Audubon Society Photography Awards Exhibit (open Monday-Friday 10:00am-4:00pm, free of charge);
  • January 26th – Nature Lover’s Book Club at Doylestown Bookshop (6:15pm): January’s book is One Wild Bird at a Time by Bernd Heinrich;
  • January 27th – Photography Exhibit Opening Reception with Bird Photography Lecture by LeRoy Tabb and Wine Tasting by Sand Castle Winery;
  • February 11th – Birding 101 Workshop: Bird Watching is a fast growing hobby that can lead to a lifelong enjoyment of nature! Join BCAS for an introductory workshop on basic bird identification, how to use binoculars, and then head outside to practice and sharpen your skills;
  • February 18th – Great Backyard Bird Count: Use your bird watching skills to help scientists see how the changing environment is impacting bird populations! This citizen science event is great for all level of birders.