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JAMESTOWN – Give your feathered friends a mid-fall treat and stock up on their favorite birdseed at a special price. Orders are due by Friday, October 1, for Audubon Community Nature Center’s (ACNC) Fall Birdseed Sale, your opportunity to save and support Audubon at the same time. Ordering through the sale guaran-tees that non-Nature Center Members receive 20 percent off ACNC’s retail prices, and Nature Center Members receive 30 percent off retail prices. The most popular seeds and mixes are available for you to stock up for the rest of fall and into winter. Conewango Blend, unique to ACNC, was developed to attract favorite and common fall species of the region such as chickadees, cardinals, and titmice. There are also suet cakes for woodpeckers and a mix to attract finches.

To place your order, call (716) 569-2345 during business hours, stop by the Nature Center, or use the printable order form or order online at AudubonCNC. org/Shop. When you pick up your purchase between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 16, volunteers will cheerfully load the fresh seed, direct from the supplier, right into your trunk. Call (716) 569-2345 ahead of time if you cannot pick up your order then. As an additional bonus, come into the Blue Heron Gift Shop that day and receive a 10 percent discount on all merchandise, including a wide assortment of bird feeders and bird houses.

To view ACNC’s currentCOVID-19 prevention measures, please see “COVID-19 Notice” at AudubonCNC. org.
Audubon’s own Conewango Blend is available year-round in the Blue Heron Gift Shop in the Nature Center and at Anderson Produce (seasonal), Jamestown, N.Y.; Ashville General Store, Ashville, N.Y.; Everyday’s True Value on Foote Ave., Jamestown, N.Y.; Howe’s True Value, Warren, Pa.; Lakewood Apothecary, Lakewood, N.Y.; Lighthouse Point Gro-cery, Mayville, N.Y.; Oneida Lumber, Warren, Pa.; and Wegmans, Lakewood, N.Y.


You can also support Audubon Community Na-ture Center by purchasing your books at Bookshop.org/shop/AudubonCommunityNatureCenter, where thousands of titles can be shipped to you direct from the warehouse. While Audubon gets more when you purchase in person, 10 percent of your purchase through Bookshop.org supports Audubon’s mission to build and nurture connections between people and nature.
Audubon will continue to take into consideration regional data from both Chautauqua and Warren counties to make COVID-19 related decisions and to follow CDC recommendations at minimum. To review ACNC’s most up-to-date COVID-19 requirements, which include information on face coverings and gathering limitations, visit AudubonCNC.org and read the COVID-19 Notice at the top of the page.

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