Conservation is an important function of all Audubon-Society chapters, and the TAS is doing its part by assuming stewardship responsibility for two Pennsylvania Important Bird Areas: Marsh Creek/The Muck and the Pine Creek Gorge Natural Area.
In addition, TAS members are also active and in a number of broader important monitoring programs, including the annual Christmas Bird Count, bald eagle surveys, and even eBird. Tioga and Potter Counties have many extensive natural areas, and membership provides an opportunity to meet with community leaders interested in protecting and improving our environment, including managers of our state forests and state parks, Game Commission officials, and employees of the Army Corps of Engineers.
Of course, it would be hard to imagine an Audubon-Society chapter in which there are no birdwatchers. We hold bird walks regularly on an informal basis and provide volunteers to lead bird walks at Hills Creek State Park in the spring.
Membership is handled through the National Audubon Society. Joining it will automatically make you a member of your local chapter.
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