Learn How Technology Helps Bird Scientists at Audubon’s First Friday, December 2

Learn How Technology Helps Bird Scientists at Audubon’s First Friday, December 2

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Where do the birds go? Recent technological advances have opened up new ways for scientists to explore the questions of where our birds go after fledging, where they go on migration, and where they choose to settle in and nest when they return. At the Audubon Community Nature […]

Audubon Presenting Volunteer Opportunities

Audubon Presenting Volunteer Opportunities

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center The workings at Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) depend on the dedication and commitment of a strong volunteer crew. On Thursday evening, November 10, you can learn about Audubon and the volunteer opportunities available, and discover how you might fit into the organization. From 6:30-7:30 p.m. naturalist and […]

Audubon and Watershed Conservancy Announce Collaboration

Audubon and Watershed Conservancy Announce Collaboration

Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy is pleased to announce the expansion of its sanctuaries to include the Bentley Sanctuary, a unique wildlife preserve off of Fluvanna Avenue Extension near Fluvanna that is known for its ephemeral spring wildflowers and winding trails. The Sanctuary was the first property acquired by […]

Audubon Community Nature Center Recognizes Thousands of Volunteer Hours

Audubon Community Nature Center Recognizes Thousands of Volunteer Hours

Article Contributed by Audubon Nature Center The Audubon Community Nature Center began its 60th anniversary year with the celebration of its Volunteer Appreciation Night and Annual Dinner and the announcement of its new name. The event began with a social time followed by a dinner featuring locally produced food prepared by Miley’s Old Inn of […]

“Lessons Learned” is Topic of Audubon Photo Club Meeting

“Lessons Learned” is Topic of Audubon Photo Club Meeting

Article Contributed by Audubon Nature Center At the next Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Club meeting on Thursday, October 13, Don Armstrong will present the topic: “How What I Learned From Camera Club Projects Advanced My Photography.” He will show before and after images and explain the transformations. “Sunrise/Sunset” and “Hidden Compositions” are the topics for […]

Time to Make Reservations for Audubon’s Enchanted Forest

Time to Make Reservations for Audubon’s Enchanted Forest

Article Contributed by Audubon Nature Center An evening of campfire, crafts, treats — and a luminary-lit trail with human-sized creatures who share stories about their lives. What could be more “enchanting”! All those experiences await you and the special young people in your life at the Audubon Nature Center’s Enchanted Forest on Friday and Saturday […]

Audubon Nature Center Supports Fall Regional Bird Count

Audubon Nature Center Supports Fall Regional Bird Count

Article Contributed by Jamestown Audubon Nature Center The Audubon Nature Center supports the Buffalo Ornithological Society’s (BOS) ambitious effort every fall to count birds in Western New York. Whether watching on their own property or committing to a larger area, it takes many people — beginning to advanced birders — to cover the four-county territory […]