The Wyncote Audubon Society is one of the oldest nature oriented clubs in North America. We were founded in 1914 as the Wyncote Bird Club and in 1970 we became a chapter of the National Audubon Society. We now have over 2000 members in the Philadelphia / Eastern Montgomery County region.
As a member of National Audubon we firmly support the Audubon Cause:
- To conserve and support systems of the natural environment
- To conserve and use renewable energy sources
- To protect life from radiation and toxic substances and pollution
- To promote the responsible use of public lands and waters
- To work to solve local and global environmental problems
- To address the stablization of World Populations
April 25, 2014
" RIO NEGRO PARADISE:
with Martin Selzer
WAS Centennial Celebration
April 12, 2014
Briarbush Nature Center
2PM - 5PM
Join us in celebrating 100 years of great birding history. Hear from several notable people, see
some remarkable memorabilia that chronicles our club's rich history, and enjoy refrehments with old friends and new.
We have some great people coming like John Kricher , Joseph Wunderle and
Scott and Amy Weidensaul ....plus lots of fun activities in the works.
Get your invitation here
And to keep the party going, plan to join us on Sunday, April 13th for a Special Field Trip to Brigantine . See the field trip page for details.