When you become a member of Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) you are supporting a local, community-based environmental organization that engages and inspires people of all ages about the protection of wild birds, other wildlife and their habitats. BCAS was established in 1969 as an independent chapter of the National Audubon Society and is the active steward of Honey Hollow, a national historic landmark. Honey Hollow Watershed is the first upland watershed in agricultural use and multiple private ownership to demonstrate that cooperative local action, supported by Federal technical assistance, is a practical method of achieving national goals in soil, water and wildlife conservation, and flood prevention. It has served as a prototype for thousands of similar small watersheds throughout the Nation. Many of the techniques they implemented are still in use today.
With the support of memberships and donations we received last year, we implemented more than 115 educational programs to more than 5,100 participants.
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Mission Statement: To educate the people of the greater Bucks County region about our natural world with an emphasis on energy and resource conservation, including protection of birds, and other wildlife and their habitats.
- Satisfaction of supporting your local environmental education/birding organization. BCAS is the sixth oldest independent Audubon Chapter in the nation.
- Opportunity to support environmental education programs which make a lasting difference in the lives of children, teens and adults of all ages and abilities.
- Guided learning programs of national acclaim, such as the Great Backyard Bird Count, Bird Town Training,
Audubon- at-Home and discounts on signature events.
- Member-only discounts at local business and nonprofit partner events, and on birdseed products from the BCAS Birdsheed Shed.
- A true sense of ownership in the quiet trails, forests, meadows, pristine streams and farmland lovingly maintained by BCAS.
- Active partnership in a legacy of sound land use, resources protection and historic preservation.
Membership benefits for two adults and all children under the age of 16 plus a coupon for one free bag of birdseed from our birdseed shed.
All household/family benefits plus a package of notecards unique to BCAS.
All Sustaining Member benefits plus an invitation to a Steward-only outing.
Distinguished Donor: $500+
All Steward Member benefits plus a private tour of a historic barn on the Art of the Barn Tour prior to public viewing.
- Public Education Programs
- Local Environmental Action
- Wildlife Research and Protection of Threatened Species
- Work alongside naturalists and conservationists to create positive change in our communities.