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Published on January 22nd, 2015 | by GrowWNYAdmin

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Buffalo Audubon Society

Meet the member organizations of the Western New York Environmental Alliance! 

Organization Name: Buffalo Audubon Society

Organization Mission: The Buffalo Audubon Society promotes appreciation and enjoyment of the natural world through education and stewardship.

Organization Vision: We seek to shape a culture in Western New York where nature is a common interest of all – where people learn to appreciate, understand and actively protect birds and the natural world.  As we inspire others to join us in strengthening this culture of conservation, our region’s irreplaceable biodiversity will be more highly valued and vigorously protected.

Key Achievements: The Buffalo Audubon Society owns and protects approximately 1,000 acres in seven preserves across Western New York. Beaver Meadow Audubon Center, Ghost Pond, North Tonawanda Wetlands, Allenberg Bog, Rushing Stream, Ayers-Stevenson, Rose Acres. These preserves are the sites for many of our programs, and they represent natural areas of special significance or beauty that we are privileged to share with the residents of Western New York and visitors from around the world.

Leadership: Loren Smith, smith@buffaloaudobon.org

Established Date: 1909

Purview: WNY and Great Lakes Region

Address:  Beaver Meadow Audubon Center, 1610 Welch Road, North Java, New York 14113

Website and Social Media:

Contact Information: (585) 457-3228,  info@buffaloaudubon.org

Events: Volunteer Day, Family Walks, Discovery Walks, Nature Festivals, Environmental Education Programming, Scout Programming, Adult, family, and child activities.

Membership Offered: Yes

 

This membership profile was created by UB Honors Student Andrew Kimiecik, Fall 2014.


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