Birding at Honey Hollow
Bucks County Audubon grounds consist of approximately 60 acres of woods, fields, meadows, streams, and ponds traversed by 7 miles of rustic trails. Bird feeders are in place at the Visitor Center and bird blind to draw common feeder birds to where they can readily be observed. These diverse habitats have resulted in over 100 confirmed species, including many that breed here. Download the checklist here:
Included in the checklist are the seasons when these birds can be expected to be seen.
We have available in the center “birding backpacks” that include binoculars, a field guide, a laminated trail map and local bird checklists. These backpacks may be borrowed using the borrower’s driver’s license and a credit card as collateral which will be returned to the borrower when the backpack is returned to the center. The backpacks must be returned on the same day that they were borrowed. This program is made possible by Bucks County Birders. For more information on the backpack program please contact email@example.com
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