Buffalo Audubon owns and protects approximately 1,000 acres in seven preserves across Western New York, each offering something unique to wildlife and people.
While Beaver Meadow r emains our only preserve with a staffed nature center, we welcome the public to explore North Tonawanda's wetland boardwalks and hiking trails.
Also nearby is Ghost Pond and Rose Acres, where you can search for salamanders, native wildflowers and ferns, and of course, birds!
Allenberg Bog is accessible only through our guided tours, as it is home to several rare plant species, and can be difficult to traverse in some areas. Guided walks are held annually. Group tours can be arranged. Call us at 585-457-3228 to inquire.
Buffalo Audubon also stewards roughly 100 acres at Rushing Stream and Ayers Stevenson preserves. Currently, these preserves are not well marked for public visitation, and are kept primarily as habitat.