Our goal is to make Salina Kansas a premier birding location
A child friendly choice of hiking trails through prairie, woodland, grasslands and pond banks await you. 2.5 miles of mowed trails and a secure handicap accessible, protected photo blind.
Explore native plants, enjoy wildlife, capture photos - just a short hop from interstate - Port A Potty on site.
Trails are being rerouted and construction plans are underway for a new wetlands blind are underway. Your support will help us meet our goal. A secure enclosed structure on steel pilings will allow photographers to overlook a quiet wetlands retreat.
Regularly monthly meetings are normally held from September to May on the third Thursday of the month at Kansas Wesleyan in the Peters Science hall. They begin at 7:30 and usually last till 9:00. Arrive up to a half hour early and meet the speaker or share your latest adventures with friends.
A Ferret was visiting a Smoky Hills Audubon Society monthly meeting. We often have
We love our supporters, so feel free to visit from dawn to dusk
2700 West Stimmel Road, Salina, Kansas 67401, United States