Onondaga Audubon Society

 Onondaga Audubon Society is the largest chapter of National Audubon Society serving Central New York. Although OAS was named upon its founding in the early Fifties for Syracuse's home county, the organization has also become very active in Oswego County, where it owns two wildlife sanctuaries, and Madison County, where many members reside.

With more than 1,500 members (a group which includes virtually all of the area's most enthusiastic bird watchers), OAS caters to folks with a yen for nature study and appreciation in all forms. In keeping with our mission, Onondaga Audubon offers many services that are free and open to everybody.

Contact Onondaga Audubon Society

Contact Onondaga Audubon Society

Gerry Smith
250 Oarlock Circle
PO Box 620
Syracuse, New York  13201-0620
Phone: (315) 771-6902


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Cayuga County, New York
  • Cortland County, New York
  • Herkimer County, New York
  • Jefferson County, New York
  • Lewis County, New York
  • Madison County, New York
  • Oneida County, New York
  • Onondaga County, New York
  • Oswego County, New York
  • Tompkins County, New York

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