Wild Wednesday videos feature virtual explorations of John James Audubon State Park. Join our park naturalist, Lisa Hoffman, for a new Wild Wednesday video. On this 50th anniversary of Earth Day, help us celebrate the spring beauty of Audubon State Park through this nature slideshow. Questions? Contact Lisa at email@example.com or 270-826-2247 ext. 228.
Museum Monday videos feature stories from the museum collection and the history of John James Audubon State Park. Join our curator, Heidi Taylor-Caudill, for our newest Museum Monday video. Learn the story of the Henderson citizens who came together to clear a path for the creation of John James Audubon State Park in the early
The Museum and Nature Center at John James Audubon State Park is temporarily closed to visitors. During this time of self-isolation, our staff is working to bring you entertaining and engaging content that you can explore from home. On Fridays we will be sharing a summary of that week’s content in a “Weekly Roundup” post
Museum Monday videos feature stories from the museum collection and the history of John James Audubon State Park. Join our curator, Heidi Taylor-Caudill, for our first Museum Monday video. Learn more about our museum’s founder, Susan Starling Towles, a small-town librarian in the early 20th century with a vision to build a place to preserve
John James Audubon, the world-renowned artist and naturalist, lived in Henderson with his family from 1810 to 1819. As a Henderson resident, he engaged in various business ventures, including a store, real estate, and a steam-powered lumber and grist mill. Despite the constraints on his time, Audubon still pursued his passion for learning about and