- SITE DESCRIPTION Northern Mockingbird photo taken by Sherry Burnett Muscatatuck, Indiana’s first National Wildlife Refuge, was established in 1966. Funds from the sale of federal “duck stamps” were used to purchase 7,724 acres which were set aside to provide resting and feeding habitat for migratory waterfowl. Muscatatuck is part of the National Wildlife Refuge System comprised of over 500 refuges Read more...
- SITE DESCRIPTION The Little Africa (LA) Wildlife Viewing Area is located on a 25-acre peninsula that juts out into Lake Lemon at its far eastern end. There is a parking lot at the base of the peninsula just off of Southshore Drive. A footpath, the total length of which is about a half of a mile, loosely follows the edge Read more...
- SITE DESCRIPTION John James Audubon frequented the Falls of the Ohio between 1808 – 1810, making numerous sketches (most were lost in his Henderson studio fire in 1818). The Falls of the Ohio State Park is located along the beautiful north shore of the Ohio River in Clarksville, Indiana just across the river from Louisville, Kentucky. Covering a total area Read more...
- SITE DESCRIPTION Photo taken by Beth Dixon of a Black Vulture at Spring Mill State Park This small but diverse state park features a pioneer village with a working grist mill and a visitor center with local astronaut Gus Grissom’s Gemini spacecraft. Located in the karst region of South Central Indiana with moderate to steep topography and punctuated with caves Read more...
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Indiana Audubon Society's mission is to stimulate interest in birds and their protection; to serve the needs of youth, civic, church, schools and other groups by providing information concerning birds; and to educate the public concerning the necessity for conserving and preserving Indiana's natural heritage, its unique flora and fauna.