As the days get warmer and longer, join us for a virtual or guided walk, a book club or paint night!
Please join Teen Council member Cat Curry in supporting Bedford Audubon!
Give yourself a little escape by reading this month’s captivating Book Club Selection. Then connect with us for our virtual discussion!
Social distance with us by Zooming into one of our walks and/or workshops.
Here is a list of some wonderful things to watch for this month in nature.
Take advantage of social distancing in April by reading this month’s captivating Book Club Selection. Then connect with us for our virtual discussion!
As the weather warms up, open up your windows and listen for the chorus of Peepers, tiny frogs that are the calling card of spring!
It's Bird Chirping Weather and Our Spring Seed Sale Shop is Open! Let's face it... the biggest reason many of us feed the birds is for our own pleasure. But did you know that in the spring, our feathered friends can actually use our help in late...
Bedford Audubon Society is pleased to announce the availability of a ten-week paid internship opportunity in the Leon Levy Native Garden, located at Bylane Farm, our center of operations in Katonah, New York, for college students pursuing a degree in landscape...
Look no further for nature walks, lectures and bird seed this month!
Look no further for nature walks, field trips, and workshops this month!
Too cold to be outside? Stay connected with nature this January by reading a “painfully beautiful… celebration of nature” (New York Times Book Review) novel at for our next Book Club.
Get outside of your comfort zone this month by embracing the cold air and nature!
It’s Christmas Bird Count Time! This early-winter bird census is a National Audubon Society community science program that relies on volunteers across the Western Hemisphere to go out over a 24-hour period on one calendar day to count birds. We have four local Counts...
Why did the chicken cross the road? To make way for the turkeys! Meleagris gallopavo, more commonly known as the wild turkey, has once again become a common sight in New York, and Westchester is home to dozens and dozens of these curious fowl. The gobblers are right...