The Bedford Audubon Society is located at Bylane Farm, 35 Todd Road, Katonah, NY 10536 in Westchester County. The Bedford Audubon Society is a locally based chapter of the 550,000 member National Audubon Society. Founded in Bedford, New York on February 13, 1913, today BAS services much of northern Westchester and Putnam Counties in southeastern New York State. It is this organization's mission to promote environmental education, grass-roots activism, public and private conservation efforts, preservation and protection of open space.
Bedford Audubon Society owns and manages 594-acres of land at four sanctuaries, all located in northeastern Westchester County. The sanctuaries are open to the general public dawn to dusk and admission is free.
Enjoy our programs and lectures in the evening of the second Wednesday of every month, excluding July and August. They are free and open to the general public. Field trips are conducted several times monthly and are also open to the public.
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Things to Do at Bedford Audubon
Birding | Bird Watching