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About Friends of Audubon

The Interests of John James Audubon State Park

The Friends of Audubon is a non-profit organization formed in Henderson, Kentucky in 1984 as a means to support, promote, and enhance John James Audubon State Park. The first major project of the Friends was to raise money to purchase the Tyler Collection, a collection of original artwork and artifacts owned by the descendants of John James Audubon. The Tyler Collection was on loan to Audubon State Park since the Museum opened in 1938.
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Museum Monday: The Birds of America – A Family Effort

Museum Monday videos feature stories from the museum collection and the history of John James Audubon State ...
01 06, 2020

Fantastic Friday: Owls

Join our art educator, Kim McGrew-Ligget, for a new Fantastic Friday project as we learn to draw owls. You ...
29 05, 2020

Recreation Station: Everything Owl

Learn about some fascinating creatures of the night–OWLS–at John James Audubon State Park, during today’s Recreation Station!
29 05, 2020

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Support Audubon State Park by adopting an artwork!