behalf of the Audubon chapters located throughout KY, we would like to invite
everyone to an open house at Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary & Audubon
Center on June 15th
from 2-5 pm to celebrate the retirement of Tim and Debbie Williams. Tim
has managed Buckley Sanctuary for more than 38 years and is retiring at
the end of the month. We are planning for a good turnout for the open
house. Please join
us in thanking Tim and Debbie and wishing them well on their next big adventure. We hope to see you there!
The sanctuary has trails, bird blind, nature center, and picnic
pavilion where refreshments will be available. Admission will be free all day June 15th for the event.
Wildlife Sanctuary is located at 1305 Germany Rd, Frankfort, KY 40601. Phone:
President, Buckley Hills Audubon Society
The Buckley Hills Audubon Society is a member of the National Audubon Society and the Kentucky Audubon Council, and serves ten Central Kentucky counties in the promotion of conservation education and awareness.
The Society is named after Clyde E. and Emma Buckley, who founded the Clyde E. Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary in Frankfort, Kentucky. Read more about the history of the Sanctuary and the Society here.
The mission of the Buckley Hills Audubon Society is "To build an organization to support environmental education, conservation, and recreational programs for the mutual benefit of the National Audubon Society, the members of the Buckley Hills Audubon Society, and the Community."