Upper Dublin Township officially became an Audubon Bird Town in Pennsylvania in February 2015. Bird Town is a working partnership of the Audubon Society and municipalities in Pennsylvania to promote conservation and community-based actions to create a healthy, more sustainable environment for birds and people.
A Bird Town makes efforts to restore valuable ecosystem services to create a culture of conservation where everyone is a potential steward of nature in their backyard and beyond.
Upper Dublin Township staff, along with the Environmental Protection Advisory Board, is working with the Audubon Society to increase "green" living, promote a culture of conservation, and provide positive social, economic, and ecological outcomes.
Further information can be found at the Upper Dublin Township Environment Page.
Active Bird Town programs are underway in our local communities, including (as of 9/2014):
BUCKS COUNTY: Doylestown Borough, Doylestown Township, Falls Township, Lower Makefield, Morrisville Borough, New Britain Borough, Newtown, Richland Township, Solebury, Springfield Township
MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Abington, Cheltenham Township, Lower Gwynedd Township, Marlborough, Upper Dublin, Upper Moreland, Upper Salford
LEHIGH COUNTY: Allentown, Bethlehem, Lower Macungie, Salisbury
DELAWARE COUNTY: Newtown Township, Radnor