A Late Fall Hike by Katie Finch

A Late Fall Hike by Katie Finch

I’ve been in the office quite a bit lately so when I had a long break in my schedule on a sunny November day, I took the opportunity to take a hike. Since I was close I headed to the Westside Overland Trail that runs 24 miles from the town of Harmony to Mayville in...
Audubon Presenting Volunteer Opportunities

Audubon Presenting Volunteer Opportunities

Jamestown, NY – The workings at Audubon Community Nature Center depend on the dedication and commitment of a strong volunteer crew. On Thursday evening, November 10, you can learn about Audubon and the volunteer opportunities available, and discover how you might fit...
River Otter Tails by Jeff Tome

River Otter Tails by Jeff Tome

The tail poked out of the water, suspended in time for just a moment, before it disappeared. Ripples across the water were all that were left. Moments before, an announcement went out across the loudspeaker at the Audubon Community Nature Center. “Look in the backyard...
The Healing Power of Nature by Sarah Hatfield

The Healing Power of Nature by Sarah Hatfield

There is something familiar about the first sprinkling of snow covering the landscape. The air is thick in the morning with ice crystals, as if glitter was strewn about from the clouds. The birds huddle in the maple trees, now denude of leaves. Condensation gathers in...
Birds of Prey by Katie Finch

Birds of Prey by Katie Finch

One of the most frequent questions I am asked when out in public representing Audubon is “How’s the Bald Eagle, Liberty?” Since being housed at Audubon in 2002 after an injury, Liberty provides visitors with a close-up view of a bird of prey. People love Liberty....