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IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE

All Wyncote Audubon in-person programs, field trips, Bird Town Bird Walks, Audubon Adventures programs, and all outreach events are cancelled for the time being.

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BIRD SAFE PHILLY

Did you know . . . that over 300 bird species call Philadelphia home?

All birds are faced with a multitude of hazards year-round, but few are more dangerous than artificial light at night and glass, which can cause birds to collide with windows and other human-made structures.

Bird Safe Philly works in partnership with Philadelphia businesses and the community to:

  • increase awareness of the issue and how it relates to our modern built environment
  • implement solutions to help prevent collisions.
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NATIVE PLANTS FOR BIRDS

INTERACTIVE!

Click the link below to access Audubon’s interactive native plants database.

You’ll get to explore the best plants for birds in your area, as well as local resources and links to more information.

Once you are finished, you’ll receive an emailed list of the native plants you’ve selected, get additional tips on creating your bird-friendly habitat, and help Audubon keep track of your contributions the Audubon goal of 1 million native plants for birds in the ground.

ACCESS THE NATIVE PLANT DATABASE

HOME: THE DELAWARE RIVER BASIN

Covering 13,500 square miles and four states—Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Delaware—the Delaware River Watershed is a diverse landscape of more than 35 ecological systems and 185 natural communities. It provides important year-round habitats and critical migratory stopovers for approximately 400 bird species.

More than 13.3 million people obtain clean, abundant water from the Delaware River Watershed, including 4.5 million residents of New York City, as well as Philadelphia, Allentown and Trenton.

The watershed is a significant economic driver, grossing more than $25 billion annually in economic activity and $21 billion in ecosystem goods and services each year, as well as contributes 600,000 jobs and $10 billion in annual wages to the economy.

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IT IS TIME TO ACT

Two-thirds of North American birds are at increasing risk of extinction from global temperature rise.

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It Takes Village

The Keystone Ambler (Farm and Garden Club) Chapter has been working toward educating the public [...]

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BIRDS NEED US . . . WE NEED BIRDS . . . YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

You are what hope looks like to a bird!

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