Monthly Birding Tour at Mill Grove

Join volunteers from the Valley Forge Audubon Society on the third Saturday of every month, March through October, for a free guided birding tour around the woods and meadows of historic Mill Grove. Our outing leaders will help you learn about the seasonal and month-to-month fluctuations in bird life in a friendly and relaxed setting – perfect for beginning and experienced birders alike.

Please bring binoculars if you have them. Children are always welcome on Valley Forge Audubon Society trips, although those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Some of our route can accommodate wheelchairs and strollers, although please note that there are some slopes to navigate. The outings will last 2+ hours. There is a public restroom available inside the museum, which opens at 10 am.

A National Historic Landmark, the 175-acre Mill Grove estate dates from the 1760s and the grounds are now part of the Montgomery County Park system’s historic sites. The farmhouse was the first American home of artist and naturalist John James Audubon, and Mill Grove is now home to the John James Audubon Center which is operated by Audubon Mid-Atlantic, a sister organization to Valley Forge Audubon Society.


Mar 16 2024


8:00 am


John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
1201 Pawlings Rd, Audubon, PA, USA