Since 1969, Bucks County Audubon Society has been dedicated to educating people about the natural world and inspiring them to take positive actions for the earth.
Bucks Audubon inspires action through:
- Environmental and Science Programs – Serving over 10,000 children and adults each year.
- Advocacy Work – Speaking out against actions and legislation that would harm the environment both locally and nationally – especially revolving around the recent “Survival by Degrees” report put out by the National Audubon Society.
- Citizen Science Projects – Supporting scientists who are working to create solutions to climate change and how issues like False Springs, Heavy Rains, and Drought can impact bird populations.
Coming off our 50th anniversary in 2019, Bucks Audubon is very excited to install solar on our own education center and is committed to clean and renewable energy.
Along with this installation, we hope to engage and educate the public about the importance of clean and renewable energy along with simple actions to take to continue on their eco-friendly and sustainable path.
Throughout 2020, Bucks Audubon will host many children, family, and adult programs geared towards creating and sustaining an eco-friendly Bucks County.
Interested in participating in one of our many events or in joining one of our great committees such as citizen science, advocacy, education or another?
Visit our website at www.BCAS.org today!
PHOTO CAP: Get involved with the wonderful advocacy work that Bucks Audubon is a part of! Bob McGarry (far right), Bucks Audubon’s Vice President of the Board of Directors and member of our Advocacy Committee, poses with a herring as part of our #HugAHerring Campaign to Save Our Seabirds, at an Audubon Grassroots Fly-In to Washington, D.C.