Find Inspiration with Our Garden Tours this Season

Find Inspiration with Our Garden Tours this Season

Join us this season for a series of area garden tours in New York and Connecticut. The gardens feature both native plants and an exploration of gardens designed by Beatrix Farrand (1872-1959), a pioneering landscape architect and garden designer. Liz Stein, the...
June Nature Almanac

June Nature Almanac

5  Look for Hobomok Skippers, a small but striking orange, brown, and yellow butterfly, zipping by you as you walk along the edges of deciduous woods. 9  Full Moon. 15 Listen for Eastern Gray Tree Frogs’ loud, ringing, bird-like trill on warm nights. 20 Look for...
May Nature Almanac

May Nature Almanac

May 2017 5-6 Eta Aquariid meteor shower. 10  Full moon. Approximate peak of spring bird migration. 15  Female turtles of several different species headed to specific egg-laying localities. When r escuing a turtle from a road, always put it on the side of the road it...
Join our Team! Leon Levy Native Gardener

Join our Team! Leon Levy Native Gardener

LEON LEVY NATIVE GARDENER (2017) Bedford Audubon is pleased to announce the availability of a ten-week paid opportunity in our Native Garden, located at Bylane Farm, our center of operations in Katonah, New York. This position is supported in part due to the continued...
Job Opening! Summer Field Biologist

Job Opening! Summer Field Biologist

SUMMER FIELD BIOLOGIST (2017) Bedford Audubon is pleased to announce the availability of a ten-week paid opportunity in field biology, located at Bylane Farm, our center of operations in Katonah, New York. About Bedford Audubon Society Bedford Audubon’s mission is to...
April Nature Almanac

April Nature Almanac

April 2017 1  Many shorter-distance migrant birds now arriving or passing through, among them Northern Flicker, both Ruby-crowned and Golden-crowned Kinglets, many sparrow species, and a few of our earliest warblers like Pine and Yellow-rumped. 5  Spicebush in bloom....