the work of dedicated members, board, staff, and visionary donors, Saw Mill River
Audubon is recognized as a leader in environmental education and conservation
in the region.
Mill River Audubon owns eight separate sanctuaries protecting over 300 acres of
critical wildlife habitat in Westchester County. People appreciate our sanctuaries
for their natural beauty and places "to get away from it all" right
in their own communities. [More about Habitats
Mill River Audubon monitors local land use and wildlife issues and provides a
reasoned view based on sound science. Through our collective voice with other
local Audubon chapters, New York Audubon, and National Audubon, we reach decision
makers to achieve effective action.[More
its inception, Saw Mill River Audubon has had a strong focus on environmental
education. Each year, we bring our school-based education programs to thousands of local kindergarten
through college students and offer free natural history programs and field trips
to adults and families.
are invited to come to our free public programs and field trips, visit our sanctuaries
and add your voice to ours to protect the natural world. Come,
meet us and see, in person, who we are!
also invite you to consider joining us as a member.
can join Audubon online today
and be billed later for membership.