Dungeness River Audubon Center

Audubon Center

I don’t think I’ve shown the Dungeness River Audubon Center before. It’s a great local resource for birding and natural history information in addition to being a site for other community education events. A garden next to the building provides signage identifying many native plants and feeders draw lots of birds. Railroad Bridge Park nearby borders the Dungeness River although the historic railroad trestle bridge is closed due to flood damage that undermined one part of the bridge. (I have to return another time to retake photos of the bridge. They weren’t up to par.)

2 thoughts on “Dungeness River Audubon Center”

  1. We have several Audubon facilities around here. The biggest one is the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, about 45 minutes east of Naples. I was out there last week with visitors. (And you just might see something from there on my blog on Wednesday.) The Audubon Society does a good job of education the public about nature and environmental topics.

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