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Seneca Rocks Audubon Society is a local chapter of the National Audubon Society serving Clarion, Forest, Jefferson & Venango Counties in northwest PA.
We enjoy birds and nature. All are welcome to join us for our programs, outings, and projects.

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We provide free nature programs almost every month. They are held at the Clarion Free Library the second Wednesday of the month, September through December and March through June, at 6:30 p.m.  


2023 Programs:

March 8- Espo Wilcox

"Beginner's Guide to Mushroom Foraging"

April 12 - Charmaine Borza

and Steve Szuch

"The Beloved and Charismatic Bluebird"

May 10- Dave and Lorie Kwasnick

"Amazing All Around You: The Not-So-Common Lives of Common Birds"

June 14 - Katie Fallon

"Vulture: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird"

This program will be at

Auditorium 122, Science and Technology Center, (PennWest Clarion) Greenville Avenue, Clarion

Go Birding!



 Summer 2023 Bird Walks and Field Trips:

June 3 - Piney Tract Sparrow Walk (State Game Lands 330)

June 10- Mill Creek Bird Walk

June 24 and 25 -Cook Forest Bird and Forest Walks

August 9 - Member Picnic at Clarion Co. Park

Bird Sightings Wanted!


Carole Winslow is the Clarion County compiler for the Pennsylvania Society for Ornithology. She sends quarterly reports for publication in their journal Pennsylvania Birds. These reports are usually published in our newsletter also.

Email or call Carole with sightings or questions.

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Birds of Venango County: The status, distribution, and history of the birds of Pennsylvania’s Oil Region, written by Gary Edwards with Jeffrey Hall, is now available. SRAS is very proud of this accomplishment! 


The book is $20 plus $3.50 postage. Address is:

Gary Edwards

224 Meadow Rd. Apt.9

Seneca, PA 16346

Email Gary here for info. 

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Unless otherwise noted, all photos on this website were taken locally by chapter members.

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© 2023 by Seneca Rocks Audubon Society

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