top of page
News & Events

Citizen Science Project

Sept 23
& 30

Monarch Migration Mysteries

You are invited to learn about the incredible journey of the Monarch butterfly as it makes its way to the wintering grounds.  The presentation will be given at the Audubon Lakeview Shelter at J. J. Audubon State Park in Henderson, Ky.  The dates for this presentation will be Saturday, September 23, 2023 and again the following Saturday, September 30, 2023.  Times for both dates are 8:00 am to 11:30 am.


After the presentation there will be a hands-on citizen science project where participants will be able to tag Monarch butterflies.  Those involved in the tagging will carpool to a location to tag the butterflies.  Nets will be provided.  Please come dressed appropriately; long pants, closed-toed shoes and prepare for weedy and marshy conditions.

There is a cost for this event:

For Friends of Audubon             $4.00

Non-members (age 4+)              $5.00

Age 3 and under                         no charge

Family (four or more)                  $15.00

If you have any questions, you may contact Lisa Hoffman at 502-782-9727 or  You can also click here for details.

Friends of the Patoka River NWF

Oct 7

Tree ID and Ecology Hike

Join the Friends of Patoka River National  Wildlife Refuge for a hike to identify and learn about native trees of southwestern Indiana!  The event will take place on October 7, 2023, from 9 to 11:00 Central time.  The location is the McCoy residence at 720 S 1300 E, Oakland City, IN.  The McCoys have planted many species native to the area but that would not necessarily be found naturally on the site.  So in one place you can see species that you would otherwise have to travel great distances to see, including some that are quite uncommon.


Be prepared for the weather and for walking on uneven ground.  Bug spray is recommended but will be available at the event.   For more information contact Doug Brown at 812-639-9724.

Making Your Windows Safer For Birds


A Guide is Available to Reduce the Number of Bird Collisions with Windows

The Bird Window Collision Working Group--a collaboration between Acopian Center for Ornithology, Muhlenberg College, local Audubon chapters and the Audubon Pennsylvania--have produced  a brochure that covers what you can do to help reduce the number of window bird collisions.  It provides information on what works well and what doesn't work in reducing collisions and making your windows safer for birds.  You can download the brochure here.  

bottom of page