Who We Are

North Fork Audubon Society (NFAS) is a chapter of The National Audubon Society. We have been in existence since 1972. We are nearly an entirely volunteer based organization helping preserve local wildlife and their habitats on the North Fork of Long Island. 


What We Do


NFAS hosts monthly meetings featuring a presentation of a nature or conservation related topic which are open to the public. Field trips on or around the North Fork of Long Island are offered at least twice a month. NFAS is in partnership with The Suffolk County Parks Dept. at the Inlet Pond County Park where we are the stewards of the trails there, and also the "Red House". We have an active educational outreach program with Greentport School. 

Our Facilities


The Roy Latham Nature Center (formerly known as the "Red House") at Inlet Pond County Park is a Suffolk County facility. NFAS is allowed to use this building for meetings and events. The building is open to the public sporadically throughout the year.