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.
Our meetings always include a nature program. They are held the second Wednesday of the month, September through December and March through June, at 6:30 p.m.
(Come early to socialize!)
We usually meet for our annual picnic at Beaver Creek Wetlands the second Wednesday of August.
See our newsletter, The Drummer, for details on programs and other events.
August 12 - Beaver Creek
We will have a membership voting meeting
here at 6:30 pm in lieu of a picnic. Feel free to bring a snack. Gary Edwards' book, "Birds of Venango County" should be available!
Venue TBA for the following planned programs.
September 9 - "Our Thrushes" with Ron and Gary
October 14 - "Ceruleans Up Close" with Scott Stoleson
November 11 - "Stalking the Picathartes" with Marla Sink Druzgal
Outings cancelled due to concerns about the COVID-19 coronavirus.
May 9-17 - Birdathon- This is a fundraiser where individuals see how many birds they can tally on one day. Consider supporting one of our Birdathoners!
August 15 - Nighthawk Watches begin at Oil City and Mill Creek.
November - Owl Prowl
December 19 - Christmas Bird Count
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.
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Unless otherwise noted, all photos on this website were taken locally by chapter members.