About Us


Eels and Mussels Project

Local "Hot Spots"

   Pine Creek Gorge

   The Muck/Marsh Creek

   Lake Hammond/Ives Run

   Cowanesque Lake

   Hills Creek State Park

Quick Links

   Hunting Season Info

   Mid State Trail Association

   National Audubon Society

   PA Audubon

   PA eBird

   PA Game Commission

   PA Society for Ornithology

   PA State Parks

   Wellsboro C of C

   Tioga County Visitors Bureau

Conservation Links

   Friends of the Allegheny

   Northcentral PA Conservancy

   Pine Creek Watershed Assoc

Welcome to the Tiadaghton Audubon Society web site. We hope you will find this web site to be useful and interesting. Our chapter was founded in 1906 with 23 members, making it the oldest chapter in the state. The Tiadaghton name was selected in 1953, and in 1972 the chapter was officially chartered. We welcome your comments or suggestions. Please feel free to contact us here by email, or if you prefer, our mailing address is Tiadaghton Audubon Society, PO Box 605, Wellsboro Pa, 16901.

Bulletin Board

May Meeting. There will be no meeting at the Gmeiner this month. In lieu of a monthly meeting, we will be holding our annual picnic at Hills Creek State Park on SaturdayMay 9 to coincide with the PA Migratory Bird Count. Everyone is invited to the picnic and to participate in the bird count. The bird count is an individual effort. You can count birds anywhere in the county (record species name and number of birds of each species seen). Please bring your results to the picnic. There will still be a guided bird walk at Hills Creek State Park (See below). The picnic will start at 12:00 at one of the pavillons at Hills Creek State Park (usually one in the beach area). TAS will provide hot dogs, but participants are asked to bring an easily-prepared dish to share. Even a bag of potato chips would be fine.

Hills Creek Bird Walks. Our annual spring bird walks at Hills Creek State Park will continue every Saturday at 8:00 AM through May. The weather will be much more pleasant than in April, but please be prepared for cool mornings. Walks last 2-3 hours, depending on what we are seeing. By May, most of the waterfowl have passed through, although we do often seen an occasional loon or grebe. Most our most colorful migratory birds have arrived by this time, including warblers, grosbeaks, orioles, and tanagers. Bald eagles and ospreys are almost always present, and they often put on a pretty good show. There are no fees for the walks, and birders of all levels or anyone just interested in birds are welcome to attend. No prior notification is required. Just show up Saturday morning at the park office.

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Eels and Mussels Project

Please take a look at our new page devoted to the Eels and Mussels Project. There are also links to some relevant YouTube videos and a link to our Flickr group which has many more photos of eel captures, tagging, and releases.

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Gallery Instructions: You can watch the gallery slideshow here, but for full-size images, click on Tiadaghton Audubon Photostream/Tiadaghton Audubon's Photos (this will take you to the Flickr site), then click on the slideshow icon in the upper right-hand corner. If the images are too large, click options and uncheck the embiggen box.

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Meetings are held September through May on the third Wednesday of each month at the Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center on 134 Main Street next to the Green Free Library in Wellsboro. A board meeting takes place at 6:30, and the general meeting is at 7:30; all are welcome.

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(Updated May 2, 2015.)

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Photo policy: Please contact the webmaster for permission to use photos. In most cases, permission for further use will be given.

Thanks to Wayne C. Sierer for the new raven logo.