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Bedford Audubon Society

Bedford Audubon Society
35 Todd Road
914-232-1999

Since our founding on February 13, 1913, Bedford Audubon has celebrated the natural heritage of the lower Hudson Valley and provided conservation excellence to the communities of northern Westchester and eastern Putnam counties. Today, Bedford Audubon continues to be the local authority on birds and habitat. We look forward to the next one hundred years as we continue to promote environmental literacy, conduct critical research, and protect and conserve wildlife habitat in our community while being a credible voice on local conservation issues and promoting sound environmental decision-making. Bedford Audubon manages 600 acres of stunning wildlife habitat in four sanctuaries (in Bedford, Lewisboro, North Salem, and Pound Ridge) with more than seven miles of scenic trails. The sanctuaries are free and open to the public from dawn to dusk year around. Bedford Audubon also offers a diversity of free environmental programs for families and adults. Learn more at www.bedfordaudubon.org.


Upcoming Events at Bedford Audubon Society

Nature Walk: Dragonflies of Muscoot Farm

Saturday, Jul 31, 2021 from 10:00am to 12:00pm
Muscoot Farm
Katonah, NY
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Recent News

Bedford Audubon Society Displays New Children’s Book on 'Story Trail'

Bedford Audubon Society and resident students from John Jay High School helped to revamp the Story Trail at Bedford Audubon Society. They put up the story “The Mouse and the Meadow” by Chad Wallace. The objective of the Story Trail is to…

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Bedford Audubon Society Appoints New Board Members

The Bedford Audubon Society is a conservation driven association, which fosters an environment of thoughtful, bright volunteers and supporters. They recently appointed three new board members, which reflect these values and contribute their own…

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Bedford Audubon Society Announcing the Launch of Bedford Audubon's See Me, Hear Me, and Find Me campaign

The joy and wonder of seeing, hearing, and finding birds all around us is captured exquisitely in Bedford Audubon’s awareness campaign. The six stunning posters each feature a photograph of a different bird, taken by members and interns, and…

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Bedford Audubon Welcomes Dr. Glenn Proudfoot for Free Public Lecture on Pygmy Owls

Bedford Audubon will welcome Dr. Glenn Proudfoot for a free public talk on pygmy owls at the Katonah Village Library. Dr. Proudfoot, a Visiting Scholar and Assistant Professor at Vassar College, and Research Associate at Mohonk Preserve, will…

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Bedford Audubon Society Awards Annual Marty McGuire Scholarship to Mahopac Student

On Wednesday, June 10 Bedford Audubon Society awarded John Jay High School rising junior Steven Palmesi, of South Salem, and Fox Lane High School rising junior Cameron Garzon, of Mount Kisco, the Marty McGuire Scholarship. Both students will be…

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Bedford Audubon Society Awards Annual Marty McGuire Scholarship to Mahopac Student

On Wednesday, June 10 Bedford Audubon Society awarded John Jay High School rising junior Steven Palmesi, of South Salem, and Fox Lane High School rising junior Cameron Garzon, of Mount Kisco, the Marty McGuire Scholarship. Both students will be…

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Spring into April with Lectures, Nature Walks, Workshops and more with Bedford Audubon!

Spring is upon us (it really is!), and Earth Day, too! Stretch your legs and enjoy the wonders of springtime with Bedford Audubon this month with lectures, workshops, and walks! New programs are always being added, so please check our Facebook…

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