National Audubon

With total revenues in 2012 of $89.9 million, Audubon is one of the nation’s largest conservation organizations. Headquartered in New York, N.Y., the organization has 22 state offices, 47 nature centers and 465 chapters across the country, reaching more than four million people annually and playing leading roles in local and national conservation policy decisions, from Alaska to the Gulf Coast.

The Audubon Mission
To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.

One Audubon
We follow the flyways and work as one.
The flyways traveled by migratory birds each spring and fall inspire our model for organizational alignment. By connecting the work of the Audubon network – Chapters, Centers, national and state staff, volunteers, U.S. and international partners, and other supporters – along each of the flyways of the Americas, Audubon can weave a seamless web of conservation for both migratory and non-migratory species. By working toward common flyway conservation goals, we can have greater impact. And by coordinating resources and expertise, we can increase our efficiency across the network. (From page 20, 2012 Annual Report)

Visit the National Audubon website to learn more.