January Environmental Education: What to Do

January Environmental Education: What to Do

Start the New Year by Getting Outside: January Environmental Education Events with Bedford Audubon January 1 starts a fresh year, and a new bird list! You can start adding to your list right away by joining Bedford Audubon for a winter walk this month! We welcome new...
Lecture: Bears in Our Backyards with Budd Veverka

Lecture: Bears in Our Backyards with Budd Veverka

You’re invited to our January 10 lecture (our monthly Second Wednesday Series) on Bears in Your Backyard: Are They Really Backyard Wildlife with Mianus River Gorge Preserve Manager & Biologist Budd Veverka. Join Bedford Audubon and Budd Veverka for an...
2017 Chestnut Ridge HawkWatch Season Review

2017 Chestnut Ridge HawkWatch Season Review

2017 Chestnut Ridge HawkWatch Season Summary Thank you to everyone that came out to the HawkWatch this season! The HawkWatch is not just our longest running conservation research effort at Bedford Audubon, it’s truly a community event. Regular visitors become...
Give the Gift of Conservation Today!

Give the Gift of Conservation Today!

Are you looking for a last minute gift? You can give the gift of conservation! You can make a donation in honor of someone or give a gift membership. If you do it by noon tomorrow, we’ll guarantee that a card to the recipient will go out in Thursday’s...
Thankful for you: Thank you to Bob Rohr

Thankful for you: Thank you to Bob Rohr

We’re thankful for you! Volunteers are the lifeblood of Bedford Audubon. With such a small Staff, we rely on volunteers to help us with projects big and small. We wouldn’t be nearly as successful without them! Volunteers bring energy, joy, and hope to the...
Community Science: Christmas Bird Count Season

Community Science: Christmas Bird Count Season

Join the 118th Annual Christmas Bird Count! This year’s Christmas Bird Count is about to begin—and the data you report has a real and measurable effect on the course of conservation. The Audubon Christmas Bird Count will mobilize over 72,000 volunteer community...
Thankful for you: Thank you to Alana Shizume

Thankful for you: Thank you to Alana Shizume

We’re thankful for you! Volunteers are the lifeblood of Bedford Audubon. With such a small Staff, we rely on volunteers to help us with projects big and small. We wouldn’t be nearly as successful without them! Volunteers bring energy, joy, and hope to the...
Thankful for you: Thank you to Mathew McDowell!

Thankful for you: Thank you to Mathew McDowell!

We’re thankful for you! Today (December 5) is International Volunteer Day! Volunteers are the lifeblood of Bedford Audubon. With such a small Staff, we rely on volunteers to help us with projects big and small. We wouldn’t be nearly as successful without...
December Nature Almanac: What to Look for

December Nature Almanac: What to Look for

December Nature Almanac By Tait Johansson, Naturalist 3     Full Moon. 8     Numbers of wintering waterfowl such as Buffleheads and Ring-necked Ducks increasing on our reservoirs, lakes, and rivers as more of these birds continue to arrive from our north. 13-14...
December Environmental Education: What to Do

December Environmental Education: What to Do

Waterfowl in Winter: December Environmental Education Events with Bedford Audubon Winter is an amazing time to get outside and enjoy nature! The crisp air, golden sunlight, and wintering waterfowl beckon. That’s right, the abundance of reservoirs and lakes in our area...