Buffalo Audubon Society promotes the appreciation and enjoyment of the natural world through education and stewardship. We focus on Western New York and the Great Lakes region.
Come visit us and enjoy miles of forested trails in our center and preserves, across Western New York, open from dawn to dusk every day. Visit our Beaver Meadow Audubon Center where you'll find exhibits, a natural history library, and places to watch birds up close.
Explore our gift shop, where you'll find books, binoculars, bird feeders, gifts, and friendly people to answer your nature questions.
We are one of National Audubon Society's most active local chapters, with nearly 3,000 members and 120 volunteers, and a dedicated, knowledgeable staff.
We offer people of all ages and abilities a wide variety of hands-on natural history programs. Each year, we provide enriching educational trips, camps, and tours to over 20,000 schoolchildren and more than 2,000 adults.
Use your member discount to choose from affordable local, national, and international opportunities to explore birds, wildlife and the natural world.
Our staff and volunteers work diligently to make sure that local and statewide efforts to protect habitats, species and our quality of life get the attention and action they deserve.
Buffalo Audubon is proud to work with the Western New York Environmental Alliance and numerous partners to protect and promote the habitats and environments of Western New York - places where you can enjoy nature and wildlife and where habitats are protected. Places like Allenberg Bog near Little Valley in Cattaraugus County, Klydel Wetlands in North Tonawanda, and our Beaver Meadow Audubon Center and Preserve in North Java.
With numerous regular volunteer opportunities available, as well as many special project and event opportunities, we've got a way for you to get involved and make a difference you can feel good about. Learn how to get involved!
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Buffalo Audubon was founded over 100 years ago by a group of conservationists. We are now a diverse community that stands together to protect Western New York's beautiful birds, wildlife and habitat and to educate the next generation of nature lovers and environmental stewards. Join us or donate today.