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    Spotlight: Bucks County Audubon Society

    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 and the wildlife that live here.

    Bucks Audubon educates about birds and wildlife through: *Environmental and Science Programs – Serving over 10,000 children and adults each year. Stay tuned for our Birding Bonanza Lunch & Learn Series, starting on January 20th and continuing each Wednesday until March 10th at noon. This series will highlight steps to make your home, habitat, and community bird friendly.

    • Regular Bird Walks – Join us on the first and third Saturday of the month at 8:00am for a guided walk around the property to search for the birds that call Bucks Audubon home. Can’t make a scheduled walk? Our trails are open dawn-dusk daily. While you’re here, visit our renovated bird blind, complete with a new roof, educational signage, and native plants!
    • Citizen Science Projects – Supporting scientists who are working to monitor our dozens of Blue Bird Nest boxes as part of the Nest Box Watch project.
    • Bird Seed Sales – Our self-service seed shed offers high-quality seed in many varieties to attract diverse birds to your backyard! Throughout 2021, Bucks Audubon will host many children, family, and adult programs, both in-person and virtually, geared towards creating an eco-friendly and wildlife-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: Shane Dotts (far right) shows off the start of his “bird nest” that the fall 2020 Young Naturalist group is making to help them learn about bird habitat and nest structures!

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