Burroughs Audubon Fall Native Plant Sale
In fall, the soil still holds summer's warmth, which encourages root growth up until the ground freezes. Fall planting gets our native perennials, shrubs, and trees off to a faster start the following spring!
Saturday, September 12 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Backyard Bird Center
To place pre-orders and have them delivered the day of the sale, please contact Missouri Wildflower Nursery (573) 496-3492
It's For Everyone!From bird banding, special programs and field trips to citizen science opportunities such as The Great Backyard and Christmas Bird Counts, it's all free and it's for everyone of all ages.
ConservationOur Conservation Committee has made strides in putting conservation efforts at the forefront.
Wings Over WestonLearn about Missouri's largest birding festival with a unique mission - introducing birds, migration, and the importance of conservation of habitat to children, the birders of tomorrow.
Welcome to Burroughs Audubon
Burroughs Audubon is grateful is so grateful for its partners. They are the reason we are the successful organization we are. Our partners have supported us in the multi-GMO effort to stop the Mill Creek Wind Farm on the doorstep of Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge. They have helped us fund three native plantings and five bird feeding stations at 8 Kansas City schools. The have partnered with us for grants, partnered with us to bring in special speakers on prairie eco-systems and preserving bio-diversity, sponsored native plant sales, and have contributed to purchasing and preserving a largely diverse remnant prairie in the Burroughs Audubon chapter area. They have supported Wings Over Weston which introduces birds, their migration, and the importance of conservation of habitat to children, the birders of tomorrow. They have performed multiple citizen science activities and special programs at our nature center and bird sanctuary. Our partners are the backbone of who we are - promoting the appreciation of birds, enjoyment of nature, natural history, education, and conservation of habitat. We thank you!
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