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Art Melange the first two weekends in August is canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.
ARTISTS FOR CONSERVATION
Rolling Green Farm
Route 202 & Aquetong Road
We hope the show will be rescheduled at
a future date.


Featured Artists: 

Florence Moonan, painting
www.florencemoonan.artspan.com


Beatrice Bork, painting www.beatricebork.artspan.com

Paul Grecian, photography
www.paulgrecianphoto.com


Guenter Bork, jewelry

Materese Roche, Oils

matereseroche.com

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

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This yellow warbler was seen on a recent bird watching walk at Honey Hollow
Photo courtesy of Doris Rafaeli

Guided Bird Walks Resume in August/September

Bird walks are open to birders of all ages and abilities.  July and August are quiet times while birds raise and fledge their young.  Check back in late August for schedules of guided bird walks. In the meantime, enjoy watching birds at home or in our protected open spaces.

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VIEW OF BARN ON THE 2015 TOUR
Photo courtesy Carol Ross Photography

Art of the Barn Tour & Show
Thanks to everyone who helped make the 2015 tour a huge success! 

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Open doors to discovery, exploration and fun!
Check back for future programs with Earth School for Kids!

Earth School for Kids - combat Nature Deficit Disorder - Sign up today!


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Click here to download the Summer Newsletter of Events at Bucks County Audubon Society

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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

 

Schedule of Summer Events


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SUMMER CAMP SIGN UP IN PROGRESS!

SUMMER CAMP RETURNS TO HONEY HOLLOW!
Click Here For Details
Third week of August
Presented by Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow


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American Lady Butterfly - one ofthe many species we will count on July 18 at BCAS!

BCAS IS PARTICIPATING IN THE NORTH AMERICAN BUTTERFLY COUNT

Thanks to everyone who helped with this year's count!


 

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Pennsylvania Amphibian and Reptile Survey
with Kyle Loucks

Sunday, August 9, 2015, 1:00pm

Registration is strongly suggested:  215-297-5880

Please water shoesm or old sneakers as you will be exploringthe creek for amphibians
and reptiles. Space is limited so please reserve your spot(s) today!


Cost is $5.00 for BCAS Members/$10 per person without a membership

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 Children enjoying a science program at Honey Hollow - Fall 2014

Save the Date:
PROJECT WILD TEACHER WORKSHOP

AUGUST 27

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

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SAVE THE DATES:
Sunday Speaker Series at Delaware Valley University

* Sunday, September 6 at 2:00pm - Guest Speaker, Dr. John C. Mertz
Topic: Secrets of the Barrier Islands

Ever wonder how sand dunes are formed?  What holds them together?
What influence do they have on the flora living behind them?
  Join us for the program
and learn more about this intriguing environment.

*Sunday, October 4 at 2:00pm - Guest Speaker, Dr. Bortnick and Laura Weishaupt
Topic: Fungi: A Force in the Ecosytem

Learn about the lives of different kinds of fungi and the roles they play in natural ecosystems. Dr. Bortnick is resident Mycologist at Delaware Valley UniversityDr. Bortnick's wife Laura will also be a presenter.

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Transformational Design:  Adapting Barns and Historic Structures for Future Use
with Moira McClintock, Partner of Ford 3 Architects, LLC


Moira McClintock, AIA is the guest speaker for the opening lecture on Friday, July 10 at 6:30pm

Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) thanks Moira McClintock, AIA, Partner at Ford 3 Architects for her excellent lecture on July 10.  .  
Moira’s passion for art, education and architecture are in her DNA.  Moira earned her Bachelor’s in Architecture
from Cornell University, New York and then studied abroad.  A registered architect in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and
New York, prior to founding Ford 3, Moira worked with Allan Greenberg, Architect in Washington, DC; Ferguson,
Shamamian and Rattner in New York and Ford Farewell Mills and Gatsch.

Moira McClintock reviewed how adaptive re-use gives older buildings a meaningful second (or third!) life.
Through case studies, Moira shared case studies and different design approaches and common challenges
encountered when rejuvenating historic structures. Moira has a lifelong commitment to the role of historic preservation in
maintaining our built environment. 

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Gloria Kosco created the dedication plaque in memory of Phil Eiseman
Barn Roof Dedication Day with a tribute to Phil Eiseman
Art designed by Gloria Kosco

A Wonderful Barn Roof Dedication Day on March 29, 2015
The new roof over Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center was a considerable team effort among several partners. The Board of Directors and Staff at Bucks County Audubon Society express their gratitude to the Eiseman Family, Visit Bucks County Conference and Visitor Bureau, Drexel Metals and Phillips & Donovan Architects. Thanks for providing a safe and dry place for children of all ages to explore and enjoy the natural world.

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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 (BCAS)
to engage young people in birding through active participation. Everyone interested in donating to this project 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.

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