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Saturday morning bird walks are fun and free!

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.
This week's guided bird walk is made possible by BCAS Business Sponsor, Drexel Metals. Employees of Drexel Metals attending the bird walk will receive a complimentary gift.



2014-2015 BCAS Calendar of Events

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



Summer at Honey Hollow

Janssen Biotech Volunteers cleaned and repaintedthe bird blind during their days of service!

Janssen Volunteers cleared trails of invasive plants in June 2014!  Thanks so much!
Thanks to Janssen Biotech Volunteers for Their amazing Work at Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow Watershed! 

      With sincere appreciation to our friends at Peaceful Living for assistance in filling bird feeders, cleaning tanks for our resident turtles and bearded dragon, and always lending a hand whenever they can!

Thanks for giving back to the planet! 

Schedule of Public Events

Sunday Speaker Series

Coffee and Conservation:
Greg George, Ph.D. and Professor of Biology, Ornithology and Tropical Ecology at
Delaware Valley College
Cerulean Warblers:  A Species in Decline

Sunday, October 12, 2:00 p.m.


Cerulean Warblers will be the topic at the next Sunday Speaker Series at Bucks County Audubon Society on 10/12

Greg George earned his Ph.D. in Wildlife Management from West Virginia University, and since then has been on the biology faculty at Delaware Valley College, where he teaches courses in ornithology, ecology and tropical ecology.  On Sunday,
October 12, Dr. George will discuss present his research on Cerulean Warblers, a species of conservation concern within the state.  Cost of the program is $10 per person/$5.00 for BCAS Members/$3.00 for Students

Refreshments served.  Register by calling:  215-297-5880. 


One Day Plein Air Paint Out: October 18

On October 18 there will be a Plein Air artists event with artists capturing the spectacular colors of fall. An open house for the Trinity Autumn House Tour is taking place from 10am to 4pm. Take a walk on our property and see talented a rtists creating wonderful artwork.  Artists will have some work for sale with proceeds to benefit outstanding environmental education programs at Bucks County Audubon Society.
Click here for more information
and register today!


Garden Clean Up Day

Saturday, October 11

Join us for fall clean up of a beautiful garden space near the environmental education center at Honey Hollow from 9am to 2pm.  Everyone welcome!  Bring shovels, rakes and gloves if you have them.  Wear old clothes and sturdy shoes.  Lunch provided for volunteers!  Register by email and include your name, number of people attending and your phone number.  Thanks!


Walk for LuLu's Rescue on Sunday, October 19

LuLu's Rescue Walk is Sunday, October 19.  LuLu's is finding homes for homeless dogs!

Visit Website for more details


 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.


Savethe Date:
Sunday, December 14, 2014
John Mertz, Ph.D. and Founding President of Bucks County Audubon Society will present a fasciniating look at the he Pinelands of NJ at 2:00 p.m.

The cost of the program is $10 per person/$5.00 for BCAS Members/$3.00 for Students

Refreshments served. 


Fall Pre-school Explorers Program

Sessions are held Thursday afternoons from 1:00 – 2:30pm and include an outdoor activity, story time and craft.  Fee:  Members $60, Non-members $90.  There are a few openings for individual classes.  For more information and schedule of topics click here.



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


Special Thanks to Kyle Louck, Herpetologist for the excellent program on
Sunday, August 10.




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