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Bedford Audubon Society

35 Todd Road
Katonah, NY 10536


Since our founding on February 13, 1913, Bedford Audubon has celebrated the natural heritage of the lower Hudson Valley and provided conservation excellence to the communities of northern Westchester and eastern Putnam counties. Today, Bedford Audubon continues to be the local authority on birds and habitat. We look forward to the next one hundred years as we continue to promote environmental literacy, conduct critical research, and protect and conserve wildlife habitat in our community while being a credible voice on local conservation issues and promoting sound environmental decision-making. Bedford Audubon manages 600 acres of stunning wildlife habitat in four sanctuaries (in Bedford, Lewisboro, North Salem, and Pound Ridge) with more than seven miles of scenic trails. The sanctuaries are free and open to the public from dawn to dusk year around. Bedford Audubon also offers a diversity of free environmental programs for families and adults. Learn more at www.bedfordaudubon.org.

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