Welcome to BCNSC

The BCNSC meets on the second Wednesday of the month, September through May, at 7 p.m., in the Lumberton Leas Community Building, 180 Woodside Drive (off Creek Road, Rte. 640), Lumberton Leas, Lumberton, New Jersey. Guests are welcome.

Get driving directions here.

Our next program will be on Wednesday, April 12, at 7 p.m. Burlington County Parks naturalist Kate Szostak will talk about Nocturnal Wildlife. Check the Programs page for information about this and future programs. Click here to view/download our brochure.
White-winged Crossbill, photo by Joe Costanza

White-winged Crossbill, photo by Joe Costanza


To encourage the experience and appreciation of the natural sciences.

To foster bird identification and the study of bird ecology through programs, field trips and reports.

To monitor environmental issues in the county, state and nation to keep informed on actions that might endanger our natural resources.

To take public positions on environmental matters.

To inform and educate the broader public on environmental issues.

To help protect and preserve the Pinelands National Reserve of which Burlington County is an important part.

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