Wyncote Audubon Society
One of the nation’s oldest nature clubs, founded in 1914 as the Wyncote Bird Club
You don’t need to know a red-bellied woodpecker from a red-shouldered hawk to join in the Wyncote Audubon Society’s activities. This friendly group of birders will have you identifying local species in no time.
Monthly field trips take you to the favorite spots of seasonal species such as wetlands, shore points and preserves.
To pick up even more birding tips, join the monthly programs that cover birding-related travel and detailed information about individual birds.
Shutterbugs have lots of opportunity to snap memorable shots. In addition to photo contests and exhibits, the Wyncote Audubon Society holds special monthly programs, lectures or workshops to help photographers hone their nature-photo skills.
Dress for the season and field-trip destination, bring your own binoculars and pack a lunch and plenty of water. There are annual dues, but no fees for activities. Reservations are not required, but you can contact trip organizers to arrange carpooling.
Every spring and fall the group organizes a volunteer cleanup of Crosswick Nature Center. Call (215) 283-7394 for details.
Arrive early for the social hour when you can mix and mingle with humans.