With your help, Audubon improves the lives of residents in Chautauqua, Warren, and Cattaraugus Counties by providing:
ACNC’s 600 acre wetland preserve is home to:
- Over 250 species of wildflowers.
- Six miles of nature trails available to the public daily from dawn until dusk.
- 25 live animals to visit including, Liberty, a non-releasable Bald Eagle.
- Over 250 different bird species to potentially encounter throughout the seasons.
ACNC’s trained education team provides:
- Interactive educational nature programs that reach over 19,000 students ages 3 through 18 every year.
- Over 45 programs that are open to the public that serve close to 1,000 community members annually.
- A flourishing Day Camp program rooted in nature based free play.
ACNC is an environmental hub in the community:
- More than 300 volunteers provide 12,000 plus hours of service annually.
- Over 2,000 community members attend ACNC’s festivals and events, including the Monarch Butterfly Festival, Enchanted Forest, Snowflake Festival, and Wild 5K.
- The Kitchen Garden at Audubon provides fresh produce that is donated locally to St. Susan’s Center Soup Kitchen.