Trails Open Everyday – Dawn-Dusk
MAC Visitor Center Hours:
|Tuesday - Saturday||10:00 am - 4:00 pm|
The Refuge Visitor Center is currently closed
Opening Date TBD
We support habitat restoration and management, wildlife conservation, and enhancement projects at the Montezuma Wetlands Complex.
Alyssa has been working on updating the MAC’s school programs, so that our programs align with the Next Gen Science Standards. She’s also been working on winter programming including leading birding tours and snowshoe hikes, hosting a bird banding demonstration, and...
2019 Winter Wonderland Programs Are you looking for something fun and exciting to do this winter? The Montezuma Audubon Center’s programs are a great way to explore the winter wonderland with friends and family! Join us for hot cocoa and snowshoe programs to explore...
Update October 29, 2018 – Current conditions at Northern Montezuma WMA, with Howland Island marshes being the exception, are generally dryer than normal. Seneca River water levels are currently rising, but remain low, with some associated impoundments being relatively...
Check out the aerial images (and follow them as they are updated) to get a birds-eye view often hidden from below.
The National Weather Service in Binghamton, NY tweeted a radar image that shows more than rain approaching. #Rain approaching from the south. Also note the feature to the north. Migratory #birds taking off from the Montezuma Wildlife Refuge. pic.twitter.com/j3Jt43tXR2...
We put the drone up Friday for her first workout and took a few pics. It's tough getting whole marsh pics at places like Marten's Tract or Guys Marsh without flying higher than is legal or being at an angle that makes it tough to pic out detail. You can see in some...
The DeRoo Youth Conservation Event celebrated its ninth year providing youngsters with the opportunity to actually partake in hunting experiences for pheasant, waterfowl, and whitetail deer. The entire event took place over a two weekend period starting with the conservation dinner at the Montezuma Audubon Center (MAC) on Friday September 30th.
One project accomplished in 2016 was the launch of a multi-year rail banding study. Rails are common in the Montezuma Marshes, but they are secretive and infrequently encountered. The goal of the study is to uncover important information about their secret lives – to better understand, especially, the movement and habitat utilization of rails in the Northern Montezuma Wildlife Management Area marshes.