Audubon Chapters

Get involved with Audubon in your community

Bill Miller of Fort Collins Audubon Society. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies

Chapters are what make Audubon local everywhere. Made up of passionate bird conservationists and birdwatchers, they raise appreciation for birds and address conservation issues in their communities. These local, authentic, and widespread voices make Audubon exponentially more effective at conservation on a continental scale.

What do chapters do?

  • Advocate for protection of birds and their habitat by supporting local, state, national and hemispheric conservation priorities
  • Offer birding field trips, identification classes, and presentations for members and the public
  • Engage children and adults in educational programs
  • Coordinate public outreach events
  • Create bird friendly communities by involving residents in habitat improvement projects
  • Provide data on the health of local bird species through Christmas Bird Counts, the Great Backyard Bird Count, breeding bird surveys, and other local monitoring projects
  • Adopt and protect Important Bird Areas

Chapter resources

Audubon provides many chapter resources on an internal website called Audubon Works. For access, please contact  chapter_services@audubon.org. For all other questions, contact Audubon Rockies's chapter liason, Daly Edmunds at dedmunds@audubon.org.

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Snow Goose Photo: Mick Thompson/Audubon Photography Awards

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