Norman Bird Sanctuary
The Norman Bird Sanctuary was established in 1949 at the bequest of Mabel Norman Cerio. Its mission, under the charge of her will, was to maintain the original 235 acres of land “for the propagation, preservation, and protection of birds, and where birds and bird life may be observed, studied, taught, and enjoyed by lovers of nature and by the public generally so interested in a spirit of humanity and mercy.”
Over the years, NBS has grown to include more than 325 acres of diverse habitats, and its mission remains true to Mabel Norman Cerio’s original vision. Today, the mission of the Norman Bird Sanctuary is to preserve and protect its habitats and resources for the benefit of birds and other wildlife, and for people's education and enjoyment.
Nature Center Reception and Admin Help (Volunteer Opportunity)