Bucks County Audubon SocietyBucks County Audubon Society
Bucks County Audubon Society promotes environmental education, the demonstration of energy and resource conservation, and advocacy for local, state and national policies that support sustainability of the natural world. Read more
Bucks County Audubon Society promotes environmental education, the demonstration of energy and resource conservation, and advocacy for local, state and national policies that support sustainability of the natural world.
Celebrating 75 years of the Honey Hollow Watershed, a National Historic Landmark!
Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) is a private, non-profit organization founded as a chapter of the National Audubon Society in 1969. Since its inception, BCAS has been dedicated to conserving wildlife, promoting awareness of environmental problems, watching birds, educating the community about the interdependence of humans and their world, and furthering the wise use of land, air, energy, and water. BCAS is now the second largest Audubon chapter in Pennsylvania.
The Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center is located on the Honey Hollow Watershed in Solebury Township. Because of the early conservation work carried out by local farmers and the Soil Conservation Service in the 1930's, the entire watershed of the Honey Hollow Creek was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1969. It remains the only agriculturally based National Historic Landmark in the United States.
The Center is open to school and community groups for educational programs throughout the year. Educational programs have been conducted here for over 60 years. Our 6+ miles of trails are open to the public free of charge every day from dawn to dusk for hiking, birdwatching or just enjoying. Donations are welcome to defray the cost of trail maintenance.