Our Mission

To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity in Pennsylvania.

Important Aspects of Audubon PA

Register Your Property
Bird-Friendly Communities

Register Your Property

Make the pledge for a healthy yard today!

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Bird Town
Birds

Bird Town

Welcome to Audubon Bird Town!

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Forestry for the Birds
Working Lands

Forestry for the Birds

Audubon Pennsylvania collaborates with foresters and other land managers to incorporate consideration for forest bird habitat into forest and natural resource planning.

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John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
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John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove

The first home of John James Audubon in America.You will be redirected to the John James Audubon site in a few moments. If you are not please click on this link: http://johnjamesdev.audubon.org/

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Hawk Watching Sites

Hawk Watching Sites

Hawk Watching Sites 

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How to Stop Cats from Killing Birds
Conservation

How to Stop Cats from Killing Birds

A cat owner and avian ecologist found an effective solution to a perennial problem. But will other cat owners use it?

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Pennsylvania Audubon Monthly Newsletters
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Pennsylvania Audubon Monthly Newsletters

Find out what has been happening in PA!

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Bird Habitat Recognition Program
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Bird Habitat Recognition Program

No matter the size, your property can be valuable habitat and contribute to bird conservation.

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Birding in the City of Brotherly Love
Birds

Birding in the City of Brotherly Love

The American Birding Association recognizes Audubon's Keith Russell for putting Philadelphia on the birding map.

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Inspire Children to Love Bird Photography
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Inspire Children to Love Bird Photography

Children have both a natural curiosity and a love of technology. Photographing birds is the perfect activity to capture both.

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Human Noise Robs Owls of Their Ability to Hunt
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Human Noise Robs Owls of Their Ability to Hunt

Sounds from natural-gas extraction sites can reduce birds’ ability to find and capture prey.

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Why Fat Birds Are Better At Making Babies
Birds

Why Fat Birds Are Better At Making Babies

A new study shows that some warblers tack on the pounds—or, rather, fractions of an ounce to stay in good reproductive shape.

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When DNA Becomes a Tool for Triaging Endangered Species
Birds

When DNA Becomes a Tool for Triaging Endangered Species

Inbred birds lead short, troubled lives, but new research reveals a way for scientists to help.

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How Do Barn Owls Fly So Silently?
Birds

How Do Barn Owls Fly So Silently?

The secret to an owl’s stealthy flight lies in the shape of its feathers.

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How Did the Ancestors of Birds Survive the Apocalypse?
Birds

How Did the Ancestors of Birds Survive the Apocalypse?

Some avian dinosaurs were able to find food after the asteroid hit, thanks to one key adaptation.

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What Makes Bird Feathers So Colorfully Fabulous?
Birds

What Makes Bird Feathers So Colorfully Fabulous?

From radiant jewel tones to bold browns and black—here's a complete, concise guide to bird coloration.

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Pennsylvania State Bird - The Ruffed Grouse

How you can help, right now