About Us

With a century of conservation history, Audubon strives to conserve and restore the habitats we share with all wildlife, focusing on the needs of birds.

Currently our historic home of John James Audubon is closed for continuing renovations. We are expecting to reoopen late Fall to showcase our new facelift! New plaster, new paint, a different visitor flow and completely revamped exhibits will make any visitor excited to see the home again! While the musuem is closed please take advantage of the rest of our beautiful property. Hike some of our gorgeous trails. Over 9 miles of trails traverse different levels of terrains. A trail map is available at the covered kiosk by the parking lot. 

Visit our 4 live owls outside. Located next to the museum house our 2 Eastern Screech Owls and our 2 Great Horned Owls will leave you in awe of their beauty.

Bird watch along many of our trails and along the Perkiomen Creek. A bird blind is located off the paved trail. 

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Mill Grove Property History

Mill Grove Property History

The history of Mill Grove dates back to 1762!

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John James Audubon

John James Audubon

A closer look at the man for which the National Audubon Society is named. 

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Live Birds at Mill Grove
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Live Birds at Mill Grove

Visit our 4 live owls, 1 Bluejay and our chickens in their outdoor aviary while walking the site! 

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Newsletter and Notes
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Newsletter and Notes

Monthly Newsletters from Mill Grove

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Staff Updates
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Staff Updates

Check out new staff members, staff activities or great birding adventures!

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What is "The Birds of America"?
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What is "The Birds of America"?

What is the "Birds of America" double elephant folio book?

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Teacher Guides
Programs

Teacher Guides

Downloadable Material

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Come To Our Events
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Come To Our Events

Participate in our events!

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Pennsylvania Audubon Monthly Newsletters

Find out what has been happening in PA!

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Mines at Mill Grove

Mines at Mill Grove

Learn more about the mines that once were a huge money maker for the Mill Grove owners.

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The beautiful historic home of John James Audubon was built in 1762.