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Guide To The John James Audubon Center

Originally published in Trip Savvy

Birdwatchers and nature lovers adore the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove, a sprawling, 200-acre oasis that was established to protect birds and their habitat. Just over 20 miles outside of Philadelphia, the site also houses the first American home of renowned artist and naturalist John James Audubon. Today, the center is known across the world for its pioneering studies of North American avian species. Adults and children can come here to learn about all types of birds and what the organization is doing locally (as well as nationally) to save them. 

In addition to the new visitor’s center and several exhibits, guests can stroll along several beautiful surrounding nature trails, which attract many different species of birds and are open daily from morning until dusk.



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