Nestled between Louisville and Lexington along the Kentucky River is one of the most peaceful, pleasant areas in the Commonwealth. On Wednesday, May 30 at 6:30 P. M. the Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary and Audubon Center will be highlighted at Frankfort's Paul Sawyier Public Library.
The Frankfort Audubon Society has invited Tim Williams, the manager of Buckley, to talk and present slides which will enlighten anyone who might like to attend this free presentation about the history, programs, land, buildings even some of the humorous phone calls he has received during his 38 years there.
Buckley is the only nature center in Kentucky operated by the National Audubon Society. It consists of 379 acres of gentle rolling hills with hiking trails, bird blind, pavilion and nature center. It provides outdoor experiences to thousands each year. Some learn about soil, flora, or fauna. Some find it relaxing and therapeutic. Whether you have been there or not you will enjoy meeting the manager and learning about this special place that is right in our own back yard.
This presentation is free and open to the public - everyone is invited to join Frankfort Audubon and learn about Buckley Sanctuary while in the cool comfort of Paul Sawyier Public Library. Contact Frankfort Audubon at: FrankfortAudubonChapter@gmail.com or visit our new website at: http://sites.google.com/site/frankfortaudubon/