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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.


Our April Program has been cancelled.

Stay well.

Our Chapter

Our meetings always include a nature program. Come to the Clarion Free Library the second Wednesday of the month, September through December and March through June, at 6:30 p.m. 

(Come early to socialize!)


We 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.

March 11 Program -Rob Fergus

"How Birds Made us Human"


April 8 Program -

Cancelled, possibly to be held May 13

Scott Stoleson

"Everything You've Wanted to Know about Cerulean Warblers (But Were Afraid to Ask)"

Go Birding!

March 21 - Outing to Conneaut Marsh--CANCELLED

April 30, rain date May 2 - Big Sit at Carole Winslow's

May 9 - Warbler Walk at Oil Creek State Park

May 9-17 - Birdathon

May 16 - Ceruleans Up Close

June - Rail66 Bird Walk


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

Henslow's Sparrow, photo by Jeffrey Hall