Take advantage of the long, summer days by joining Bedford Audubon for a nature walk this July. Too hot outside? Join us for our Book Club instead!
Come to our June lecture to learn about the turtles you may see in your backyard – or in the street!
There is something for everyone at Bedford Audubon’s Spring Open House! Ask the Naturalist, Native Gardening, Childrens’ Storywalk, Binocular Training and more!
Join Bedford Audubon this June as summer begins to heat up.
View Audubon Award-winning photos at our Opening Reception on June 6th or at our Open House on June 8th.
Have you ever wondered if what you’ve seen growing outside is safe to eat? Come to a fun lecture to learn all about foraging!
Let Bedford Audubon help you see the wonders of spring migration!
Stay connected with nature by discussing a lighthearted novel about birding and a wager to win the right to call a woman for a date (Kirkus Reviews).
This April, BAS Board Member Elizabeth Stein will talk about how to incorporate natives into your gardens to attract more birds and pollinators.
There’s a lot to watch for in nature as the spring weather warms up!
This March, hear about how Audubon is engaging nationally + connecting locally to be the voice for birds.
Spring is a great time to feed the birds! They can use your help this late winter into early spring when natural seed sources are depleted, and for energy during migration and breeding season. Orders must be placed by March 15th. Join your neighbors in...
Look no further for nature walks, lectures and bird seed this month!
Get a head-start on spring this March by coming to Bedford Audubon’s Paint Night!
This February, participate in Citizen Science by participating in The Great Backyard Bird Count – you can even count from inside your warm house!
This February, learn about Jamaica Bay – a critical habitat for wildlife where 340+ species of birds have been recorded over the past 50 years.