This site is the newest addition to the Audubon of Kansas sanctuaries. It consists of 240 acres located southwest of Lincoln, Kansas.

This sanctuary is a working farm and an excellent example of farm conservation programs and habitat protection with wildlife in mind. The woodlands and a couple small sections of grass waterways totals about 45 acres and the confluence of Horse Creek and Bullfoot Creek provides about 2 miles of woodland edge that attract a variety of native birds. Twenty-seven acres of native grass field buffers have been established and are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). The cropland will continue to be farmed by a neighboring farmer, a mutually beneficial partnership.

Connie Achterberg is a devoted Audubon of Kansas supporter living in Salina, KS. Read her testimonial titled,¬†“The Molding of a Donor.”

Read an article from our “Prairie Wings” magazine about Connie and this wildlife sanctuary.

To support our efforts to preserve and enhance habitat for wildlife at our sanctuaries please donate today.