Hey, stand up straight, you're at National Historic Landmark! John James Audubon painted his famous Birds of America here. More than 190 species of birds have been spotted here.
John James Audubon's first home in America! The naturalist resided in this brownstone from 1804 to 1808. It is now a National Historical Landmark.
Five miles of trails, plus a historic home and museum. Mill Grove is the first home of John James Audubon in America and the only true Audubon home still standing in this country.
Love the owls!
The Audubon Loop Trail is a very scenic run with many opportunities to see wildlife.
Guided tours of the museum and staff-led nature walks are available with reservations.