Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS)

Established in 1968 – A Chapter of the National Audubon Society since 1970

Second Sign Placed at Sanctuary Visitor Entrance

We are happy to announce that our second entry sign has been placed at the DOAS Sanctuary in late August, with thanks to Co-President, Andy Mason and helpers Steve and Nate Cutting. This one took a bit longer to install since the footings needed to go through many layers of rock!

Our visitor signage helps us to provide information to our Sanctuary visitors – trail maps, important messages, general information when they arrive, and also will help them report bird sightings, find a few local restaurants and other things to do when they depart.

Logging in and out at the Sanctuary (through the QR Code on the signs) also helps us to better track the number of visitors that use the site and enables us to make a stronger case for funding to help support ongoing and future site improvements.

Thank you to all who helped to complete the project this year! Our outdoor spaces are so important right now.

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