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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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The Double Elephant Folio: Where Did It Come From?

In our Recent Research series, curator Heidi Taylor-Caudill shares answers to questions sent to the Audubon Museum ...
08 07, 2020

Free Admission to the Museum and Nature Center on Mondays

Discover the story of John James Audubon and learn more about art, history, and nature – FREE! ...
02 07, 2020

Recreation Station: Audubon Museum

Focus in on the impressive Audubon Museum, built in 1938 at John James Audubon State Park by ...
01 07, 2020

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