Learn About the Pollination Needs of Apple Trees, Friday, May 4, at Audubon

Learn About the Pollination Needs of Apple Trees, Friday, May 4, at Audubon

Article Contributed by  Audubon Community Nature Center Apple blossoms only turn into delicious, multipurpose fruits if they survive and are pollinated. To ensure a good crop, come and learn how to care for your apple trees at blossom time from orchardist Al Yelvington at Audubon Community Nature Center on Friday, May 4, 2018, 2 to […]

School Field Trips to Audubon Receive Chautauqua Region Community Foundation Support

School Field Trips to Audubon Receive Chautauqua Region Community Foundation Support

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Upwards of 4,500 schoolchildren will visit Audubon Community Nature Center this spring to take Discovery Walks and learn about the natural world. Audubon recently received a significant grant from the Patrie-Leamon and Mabel Anderson Funds at the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation (CRCF) that will help fund this program. […]

Learn About Being an Audubon Trail Guide on Wednesday, March 28

Learn About Being an Audubon Trail Guide on Wednesday, March 28

The Audubon Community Nature Center is looking for folks with enthusiasm for sharing nature with children. You can learn about leading Discovery Walks at a New Trail Guide Orientation on Wednesday morning, March 28. Audubon naturalist and volunteer coordinator Katie Finch, who will lead the orientation, is pictured here on a Discovery Walk. Article Contributed […]

Audubon Exclusives: An Artisan Country Breakfast

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Audubon Exclusives is a new initiative of Audubon Community Nature Center. Board members and serious champions offer distinctive opportunities and unusual experiences in support of Audubon’s work. Artist and board member Wendy Bale is opening her 1880’s former boarding house for one of the first Audubon Exclusives, “An […]

Learn About White-tailed Deer in the Forest at Audubon’s March 2 First Friday

Learn About White-tailed Deer in the Forest at Audubon’s March 2 First Friday

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Many area residents are familiar with White-tailed Deer in their backyards. At Audubon Community Nature Center’s First Friday Lunch Bunch, 11 a.m. on March 2, 2018, Dr. Susan Stout will give a presentation on “White-tailed Deer in the Forest.” White-tailed Deer are among the best-known wildlife in our […]

You Can be a Volunteer Trail Guide at Audubon

You Can be a Volunteer Trail Guide at Audubon

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Help wanted: Volunteer trail guides. No experience necessary. Training provided. Requirements: love of the natural world and desire to share it with future generations. Job description: Lead small groups of children on outdoor discovery walks. Reward: The smiles on the children’s faces. Thousands of Pre-K through 4th grade […]

Learn How to Prune and Shape Your Apple Trees, Friday, March 2, at Audubon

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Knowing how to prune your apple trees can improve their health and make harvesting them easier. They can also be shaped to aesthetically match your landscape. Orchardist Al Yelvington will lead Audubon Community Nature Center’s workshop “Apples All Year Long: Pruning and Shaping” on Friday, March 2, 2018, […]

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