Black River Audubon Society 

Visit the organization website: www.blackriveraudubon.org/

About Us

The Black River Audubon Society is the Lorain County chapter of the National Audubon Society.

The mission of the organization is to promote conservation and restoration of ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife through advocacy, education, stewardship and field trips.

Informative programs/meetings are held monthly from September through May with special guest speakers.  Frequent field trips are sponsored to prime birding sites in Lorain County and to unique birding sites throughout northern Ohio.

Opportunities To Serve


Long-term:
Monitoring of bluebird boxes or purple martin gourds at various locations in the county

Short-term:
Spring maintenance activities at two Audubon LCCC campus preserves: a Meadow Nesting Bird Preserve in the northeast corner of the campus and a Flora Interpretive Trail adjacent to the meadow.

Participation in campus bird hikes to survey the bird species that are year round residents, those that return in the spring to nest, and those that migrate through the campus in spring and fall.

Preferred Method of Contact

Email

Contact Person

Harriet Alger
Conservation Director
algerha@roadrunner.com  

304 West Avenue
Elyria, OH 44035