Love for the Isopod

Love for the Isopod

By Emma Roth, Nature Educator We have entered Discovery Walk and Schoolyard Walk season here at Audubon, where schools come to us for nature field trips or we visit them to do nature walks in their schoolyards. While nature is highly unpredictable, and there are few...
Dandelions

Dandelions

By Chelsea Jandreau, Nature Educator Spring is often associated with colorful bursts of flowers, but the appearance of many flowers tends to come in rounds and waves from the first warm days of March through the fall flowers of September. Their first appearance and...
Audubon Cuts Ribbon on New Wildlife Habitat

Audubon Cuts Ribbon on New Wildlife Habitat

Jamestown, N.Y. – On November 11, 2021, Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) had a quiet ribbon-cutting on the Pamela A. Westrom Wildlife Habitat (PAWWH) that will soon showcase a variety of birds of prey that are found within the region. A graduate of Jamestown...
Audubon Seeking Wool Sweaters to Upcycle

Audubon Seeking Wool Sweaters to Upcycle

Jamestown, N.Y. – Autumn chills will be arriving soon.  When you are digging out last year’s sweaters, if you find any wool or wool-blend ones that are a bit worn or no longer fit, Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) invites you to donate them to Audubon for...
Sound Off by Chelsea Jandreau

Sound Off by Chelsea Jandreau

As we get deeper into the fall months, I am forced to close the windows at night to keep my home from dropping into uncomfortably cold temperatures. With the closing off of the outdoors comes an unsettling feeling of stillness that I am never prepared for despite it...