Audubon Bird Seed Sale
It’s time to order your bird seed for the feathered residents of your winter back yard. This is the primary fundraiser for Mountaineer Audubon. Projects that received funds from the sale last year included donations to the WV Raptor Rehabilitation Center, the Avian Conservation Center of Appalachia, and to Bruceton School for conservation education materials.

Southern States in Sabraton is again providing a venue for distribution and high quality seed and suet products for the sale. They’ve done a good job this year in keeping prices down – we’re able to offer many items at the same prices as last year – and some are significantly lower than last year. We are again offering a few inexpensive basic feeders: a platform feeder, a hopper feeder, a thistle sock, and a suet basket. You can see more detailed images of these on our website. We hope you will consider these items. Let us know how you like them, and what we might change for next year. We want to hear from you!

The deadline for ordering seed this year is Saturday, September 20, 2014. Download the Order Form in PDF format.
Mail your completed order form and a check for full payment (made out to Mountaineer Audubon) to: Susan Olcott, 305 Paul Davis Rd, Independence WV 26374. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Sue at (304)288-2999, or email at

Seed pickup will be on Sunday, October 19, 2014 at the following locations. Remember to indicate which location you want to use on your order form.

Morgantown: 11am – 3pm - Southern States (BFS) in Sabraton on Earl Core Rd near I-68
Hopwood, PA: 4:30pm - 6:30pm – Adrian’s Market on Old Rt 40
Clarksburg: 1pm - 3pm – Meadowbrook Mall parking lot next to Outback Steakhouse

Mountaineer Audubon is the local chapter of the National Audubon Society encompassing Harrison, Marion, Monongalia, Preston, and Taylor Counties in North Central West Virginia and the southern portions of Greene and Fayette Counties in Pennsylvania.

Our Mission:
To promote the enjoyment, conservation and understanding of birds, other wildlife, and their habitats through birding, education, and outreach.

If you are interested in exploring and enjoying nature in and around North Central, West Virginia, consider joining us on one of our many field trips or attend one of our programs.  We look forward to seeing you!