The Central Kentucky Audubon Society is a member of the National Audubon Society and the Kentucky Audubon Council, and serves ten central Kentucky counties in the promotion of conservation education and awareness.
The Chapter originally took the name Buckley Hills Audubon Society from Clyde E. and Emma Buckley, who founded the Clyde E. Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary in Frankfort, Kentucky. Read more about the history of the Sanctuary, the Chapter, and National Audubon Society here. in 2014, Buckley Hills officially changed its name to Central Kentucky Audubon to more accurately reflect the area we serve.
The mission of the Central Kentucky Audubon Society is "To build an organization to support environmental education, conservation, and recreational programs for the mutual benefit of the National Audubon Society, the members of the Central Kentucky Audubon Society, and the Community."