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Bucks County Audubon Guided Bird Walks
Every Saturday at 8:00am

Guided Bird Walks are held every Saturday morning and are open to birders of all ages and abilities. Bring binoculars or borrow a pair from BCAS.  Plan to be outdoors for 1 - 1 1/2 hours.  Please meet in front of the visitor center at 8:00am. This week's guided bird walk is sponsored by our business partner, The Big

Staff of The Big Potluck attending the walk will receive a complimentary gift.
While you are visiting, please purchase birdseed from our birdseed shed.  We have a wide variety of superior quality birdseed and suet that aredesigned especially for
birds in our region.
Thank you for supporting Bucks County Audubon Society! 


Bucks County Audubon Society at HoneyHollow was founded in 1969 



 Meet some of our business member partners:


UNIVEST Bank & Trust is a business contributor of BCAS

Bucks County Herald is a business contributor of BCAS


Picnic in the Park Event
Sunday, May 4, 2014

Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center
2877 Creamery Road, New Hope, PA


Eiseman Roofing Contractors is a business contributor of BCAS



See Full Listing of BCAS Business Partners
as of April 14, 2014



Bucks County Audubon Society's Environmental Center at Honey Hollow is proud to be the recipient of the
2013 Best of New Hope Award!

New Hope Award Program honors the achievement of Bucks
County Audubon Society Environmental Center in the Environmental Program category by the New Hope Award Program. Each year, the New Hope Award Program identifies companies or organizations they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community.


Our Mission


Bucks County Audubon Society promotes environmental education, the demonstration of energy and resource conservation and advocacy for local, state and national policies that support sustainability of the natural world.

Donate NowYour gift makes possible the many environmental education programs offered to the community, enabling people of all ages to experience nature
first-hand and learn to live in harmony with the natural world.

The Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) is a non-profit organization founded as a chapter of the National Audubon Society in 1969. Donations to Bucks County Audubon Society go to work immediately in our region.  Since its inception, BCAS has been dedicated to conserving wildlife, promoting awareness of environmental problems watching birds, educating the community about the interdependence of humans and their world, and furthering the wise use of land, air, and water.  Our trails are open every day for your responsible enjoyment.  Get outside!

read more about BCAS

Read BCAS Wing Beat Spring 2014 Issue



Bucks County Audubon Society remembers
Patti Thomas: friend, wife, mother, philanthropist,
and grandmother

She brought so much good to the world. 



NEW!  Ask an Educator!

Have a question about birds, wildlife, native plants?  Wondering what to do about those squirrels raiding your bird feeder?  Want to know "what's that bird"?  Click to send an email to "Ask an Educator".


Not Your Everyday Song Sparrow!

The bird pictured in the Bucks County Herald membership ad on
February 27, 2014 is a song sparrow!  It doesn’t look like your everyday song sparrow because it has a condition known as leucism (pronounced loo-kism).  Leucism results from a genetic mutation which prevents pigment from being properly deposited in some of the bird’s feathers.  White patches, pale overall plumage or overall white plumage are some of the ways this condition manifests.  Birds with white patches or sections are said to be “pied” or “piebald”.  BCAS has been receiving an increasing number of reports of these abnormally pigmented birds including cardinals, juncos and red-tailed hawks.  According to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology this is a rare condition, occurring in about 3 of every 10,000 birds or 0.03%.  At this point we are unsure as to whether the increased reports are due to an increase in the number of people watching and reporting birds or to some other factor.  We’ve asked Cornell to look into it!  Leucism occurs in other animals as well, including dogs, cats, horses, cows, snakes and white-tailed deer. A note of thanks to Hal Boyer who sent us the photo of this really interesting bird!

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Messages in Nature
An open invitation to artists and photographers to submit original art and photos to an upcoming art exhibition and sale, Messages in Nature, to highlight the spring bird migration and the Birdathon in May 2014.

Reservation Form

Himself by Natalie Searl


Experience the Spring Bird Migration!

2014 Spring Birdathon to Benefit BCAS
Two Options:
24 Hour Marathon or Mini 4 Hour Marathon

Birdathon is a weekend birding adventure where birding enthusiasts of all levels count bird species and get pledges to benefit Bucks County Audubon Society's mission to preserve birds and their habitats.  Get together with your birding friends and family and get outdoors for a good cause!  Prizes will be awarded for the teams with the most pledges and most species in various categories, such as:  Novice, Family, Expert, and more.  

2014 Birdathon Rules

2014 Pledge Form


Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow is pleased to be a finalist in the
2014 List of Favorite Parks by BUCKSHAPPENING.COM!

Bucks County Audubon Society is a finalist in the 2014  Favorite Parks by BucksHappening


Walk the trails at Honey Hollow Watershed every day dawn to dusk. Stop by the visitor center for a map and learn about our school programs and calendar of events.









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