We support habitat restoration and management, wildlife conservation, and enhancement projects at the Montezuma Wetlands Complex.
The Montezuma Audubon Center (MAC) is pleased to announce we are hosting the 10th Annual Wildlife Festival on Saturday, May 7 from 10 am – 3 pm. This year’s festival features a great lineup of planned activities including, live animal presentations, great food and...read more
The 20th Annual Montezuma Muckrace will be on September 16-17, 2016. This Big Day competition begins at 7:00 PM Friday runs for 24 hours. Teams will compete to see who can see the most species within the Montezuma Wetlands Complex in Cayuga, Wayne, and Seneca...read more
What a great celebration of wildlife in the Finger Lakes! We had a great turnout of about 80 people of all ages and interests. Students from SUNY ESF and Oswego made the trip. Ducks cooperated pretty well, with almost 40 mallards and black ducks. It is a highlight for...read more
Our serene winter wonderland provides a plethora of opportunities to get outside and explore the Montezuma Wetlands Complex with friends and family. Come out for a Hot Cocoa and Snow program to explore the wild side of Montezuma on snowshoes. Hop in our van and tour Montezuma to encounter majestic bald eagles, hawks, owls and waterfowl. Don’t miss the live owls that will be the stars of our Owl Prowl program. You can also rent snowshoes from us to explore the winter landscape on your own.read more
Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge is excited to announce this year’s Winter Book Club Reads. Book discussions will be held at the Montezuma NWR Visitor Center, 3395 US Route 20 East, Seneca Falls, NY 13148, from 2:00-3:30 PM on February 21 and March 20, 2016.read more
The 2015/2016 Montezuma Winter Raptor Survey season will begin November 18th.
Surveys have been conducted annually at Montezuma since 2010, and will be conducted weekly on Wednesdays, one half hour before sunset to one half hour after sunset. Our work generates important data for use by the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge and Department of Environmental Conservation in managing habitat. Accurate data collection is our number one priority. Our work is important, and I assure you that it will be appreciated.read more