Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary
The Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary is owned and operated by the Indiana Audubon Society and is located south of Connersville in Fayette County.
Alice Green Gray gave the initial 264 acre property to the Indiana Audubon Society in 1943 as a living memorial to her daughter Mary, who preceded her in death. Congressman Finley H. Gray willed additional property to the society in 1947, bringing the total to more than 600 acres. Gifts from members have allowed the acquisition of more property so that the Sanctuary now occupies more than 700 acres.
Hummingbird Migration Celebration!
Hummingbird Migration Celebration
Join us on August 10, 2019 for our first annual Hummingbird Migration Celebration.
About the Festival: The Indiana Audubon Hummingbird Migration Celebration is a festival for the tiny gem, the Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Multiple sponsors and partners provide an opportunity for all to learn about these amazing little birds, how to attract them, and how to keep them coming year after year. Activities include hummingbird banding demonstrations to view hummingbirds up close, guided nature walks, a native plant sale, programs about birds and other pollinators, kid’s activities, vendor booths, live music, and more.
Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary Location
3499 S Bird Sanctuary Rd.
Connersville, IN 47331
Stop by for a visit!
The Sanctuary is owned and operated by the Indiana Audubon Society. We depend upon donations from members and visitors to the Sanctuary to fund the upkeep and maintenance. The Sanctuary does not receive funding from the state or federal government and is not a state park.
We look forward to seeing you soon!