by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

By Vince Smith

By Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

by Vince Smith

Hover over the picture to see the name of the bird.

Our Mission

To preserve birds, other wildlife, and their habitats by promoting appreciation and stewardship of the local natural environment through education and active participation.


News About Mill Grove:

Montgomery County and National Audubon Society are pleased to announce that the highly anticipated restoration and safety upgrades to the historic home and barn, as well as the winterization of the pavilion at the John James Audubon Center will begin in 2015. Learn more about the improvements you will see this coming year here.


Featured Events:

The 5 B’s: Birds, Bees, Butterflies, Bats, Bugs

The Wayne Art Center, Wayne, PA   March 29 – May 9

Opening Reception Sunday, March 29 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

5bswebsitetitleSM

 

Radnor Bird Town, Wayne Art Center and Audubon Pennsylvania present an Exhibition and Educational programs honoring winged creatures. This exhibition will feature two and three-dimensional works depicting birds, bats, bees, butterflies and other insects. More information can be found at http://www.thefivebs.org

Online Registration only from January 1 through March 1 at http://www.thefivebsentry.org


Bird and Botanical Drawing Classes

John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove, Audubon, PA

Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (May 6 – June 10)

Expand your drawing vocabulary by exploring diverse applications of watercolor, pen and ink at the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove. Working with botanical specimens and taxidermy from the museums collection, this class will examine how texture and mark making can be used to render various organic surfaces and subjects (feathers, moss, leaf patterns, etc.) and produce dynamic colorful interpretations of plants, birds, and other natural forms.

Instructor: Mallary Johnson, smallary@gmail.com; for more information call Mill Grove at 610-666-5593 ext. 101; cost $20 per class, $120 per six week session. Register online here.


For more upcoming events see our Calendar Page