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Children enjoying a science program at Honey Hollow - Fall 2014

Join Us for a Guided Bird Walk

Every Saturday Morning!

Bird walks are open to birders of all ages and abilities.  We meet in front of the Visitor Center at 8am and set out on our trails and along farm fields to observe birds in their natural habitat. Walks are free and open to everyone.  Bring your own binoculars, or borrow a pair from the visitor center. 

Northern Flicker is a winter resident at Honey Hollow Watershed. Photo courtsy of Bill Ashcraft
Northern Flicker - Photo by Bill Ashcraft

Join Us for Second Saturday Singles Hikes

The Second Saturday of each month at 10am.

The next singles walk takes place on Saturday, March 14.  Each walk is led by a naturalist and is an opportunity for single people to meet in a casual setting.  Walk trails and discuss timely topics on birding, conservation, geology, and more.  No registration necessary.  Meet in front of the visitor center at 10am.



2014-2015 BCAS Calendar of Events

Click on image above to open the 2014-2015 calendar of events


Spring Pre-School Explorers
Program at Honey Hollow

SPRING 2015 PSE Announcement


Special Thanks to Kyle Louck, Herpetologist for the excellent program on amphibians, and reptiles.

Schedule of Public Events


Schools throughout the region take field trips to Honey Hollow.  Teacher Naturalists are needed to help with the programs.

Teacher Naturalist Training

Six Consecutive Classes Beginning on March 11, 2015

Become Part of the Team Teaching Children About the Natural World!
Call 215-297-5880


The world's scientists agree that the planet is warming.  Changes are evident all around us.
Melting Glacier -Photo Credit:  Creative Commons

Bucks County Audubon Society invites the Community to the 2015 Sunday Speaker Series:
at Delaware Valley College
Life Sciences Auditorium
The world's scientists have confirmed the planet is warming up. This is impacting plants, animals, birds,
and humankind.   Learn the facts by attending this series with excellent speakers and thought leaders.

PART TWO:  Sunday, March 22, 2015, 2pm
Presented by Michelle Grossman, NBC10 Meteorologist

Cerulean Warblers are losing their habitat at an alarming rate.  Learn more on April 19 at DelVal College.

Sunday, April 19, 2pm - Gregory George, Ph.D. and Professor of Tropical Ecology and
Ornithology at Delaware Valley College will discuss his field work on the Cerulean Warbler.

Species on the Brink will be discussed in detail on May 17 with former Congressman Jim Greenwood and Audubon Chief Scientist, Gary Langham.

Presented by Former Congressman Jim Greenwood who now is on the Board of Directors at National Audubon Society
and National Audubon Society Chief Scientist, Gary Langham


Call to Artists
Submissions Due by March 15!

Download Flier Here

Landscapes and Wildlife of the Delaware Valley Photography Exhibit
Sponsored by Bucks County Project Gallery and Bucks County Audubon Society
2877 Creamery Road, Solebury, PA -
Special thanks to Flash Graphics, Inc., Carroll's Jewelers and The Local for their support of this exhibition


Painting by Peg Cavanaugh

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Nature's Healing Powers with Nancy A. Minich, HTR, RLA
A fascinating workshop to learn about the connection of humankind to nature.  There has always been a strong connection between people and plants, between people and gardening, and people and their natural surroundings.  Biophilia is the innate connection between humans and other living organisms.  This interaction with nature is critically important as humans evolved with plants and animals and therefore have a strong affinity.

Nancy Minich is a registered horticultural therapist and landscape architect.  She has been able to bridge the two professions and elevate the importance of the natural environment to the mental, physical and social health of people of all ages and abilities.  After the presentation, Melissa Miles
an environmental biologist, permaculture designer and teacher will lead a therapeutic holistic hands-on project.

Free and open to all - Download flier here

Bucks County Audubon Society
invites you to our
Barn Roof Dedication Day
Barn Roof Dedication - a lasting tribute to Phil Eiseman is Sunday, March 29


Save the Date!

The 2016 Art of the Barn Tour and Show is July 11-12
Opening lecture is Friday evening, July 10.
Art of the Barn Tour & Show is July 10-12, 2015!

Oil painting of one of the beautiful barns on this year's tour
by John Mertz

New barns, new artists and much more!


Allan Brady Youth Birding Series introduces young people to the fun of bird watching and bird conservation!

 The Alan Brady Youth Birding Series has been established by Bucks County Audubon Society
to engage young people in birding through active participation. Everyone interested in donating to the Fund may do so by check payable to BCAS, with Alan Brady Youth Birding Series in the memo line.  Donations are tax deductible.
Mail to Bucks County Audubon Society, 2877 Creamery Road, New Hope, PA 18938.


Students from the After School Art Class" Think Like a Bird" - November 2014

After School Art Classes with Joy!
Flying Dreams! Think like a Bird!

In the fall of 2014, Bucks County Audubon Society offered after school art classes for children in third through fifth grades. It was great fun for the students and we hope to offer another class in the spring or summer.  Call or check back for updates.




Save the Date:
Rolling Green Farms

August 2015
"Menage ART Trois" 
Featuring Artists:  Beatrice Bork (watercolor), Paul Grecian (photography) and Materese Roche (oil)

A percentage of art will benefit the mission of Bucks County Audubon Society
Thank you Beatrice, Materese and Paul!

Weather Clouds by Materese Roche - Opening in August 2015Steadfast (detail) Great Blue Heron Watercolor/Gouache by Beatrice Bork

Art shown above:  Weather Clouds by Materese Roche; Steadfast- Great Blue Heron by Beatrice Bork


Help bring back the monarch butterfly!  Suspend mowing of field and meadows until after September 30 to allow monarchs to hatch and fly.

Help Bring Monarch Butterflies Back in Huge Numbers:  Plant Milkweed!

Monarch Facts

Monarch Internet Resources

Cultivating Milkweed



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