About Us

The Susquehanna Valley Audubon Society was organized on January 14, 1941 by many of the famous local doctors, educators, artists, and business people. Dues at that time were $2 per person.

The Purpose of the Society is still the dedication to promoting the positive welfare of wild life in general and bird life in particular. It provides information to the public concerning issues related to birds, and encourages everyone to become interested and informed about ways in which avian survival can be maintained.

The organization has donated many books as memorials to their members to all of the local libraries.

Our club is open to the public.   Anyone may attend the monthly meetings at no cost.  Donations are accepted.

Our Dues:

Yearly dues for members are $5.

About our Meetings:

Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month. For the 6 months from Sept – Nov and Jan – March these meetings will be indoors. From April – August, meetings are held outside. There is no December meeting. 

Currently, for the 2021 year, meetings are most often at The Athens Wesleyan Church on 3903 Wilawana Road, Sayre, PA 18840.   

For an updated list of meeting places and programs, please visit our Events and Programs page.

The scheduled program will begin at 7:00pm followed by the club meeting. The public is also invited to join the club members in a potluck supper at 6pm.  Those attending the supper, please bring a dish to pass and your own table service/drinks.  Dessert will be served by the hosts for the evening.


Please see our Events and Programs page for current information.