Mobile Bay Audubon Society
PO Box 483 • Fairhope AL • 36533
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A Chapter of the National Audubon Society Since 1971
 
 
Great Egrets
Great Egret Rookery

Photographed by: John Borom

Great Louisiana BirdFest
Madisonville, Louisiana
April 12, 2003

Painted Bunting

About Us
Our Strategic Purpose, Plans & Goals

The Mobile Bay Audubon Society believes the goal of conserving, protecting, and restoring habitat is best accomplished by working together with governmental agencies, nonprofit groups, and others to promote awareness, understanding, enjoyment, and science-based stewardship of our environment.

The Mobile Bay Audubon Society strives to achieve this goal by keeping its membership interested, informed, and involved. We work to educate the public about environmental issues and help maintain sanctuaries and other important bird areas.

We also present quality programs and lectures at public meetings and provide opportunities for members and the public to enjoy and appreciate birds and the natural world through participation in field trips.

The society is also involved in appropriate advocacy to protect the environment and natural resources, with an emphasis on birds and their habitat.

We meet every month at Five Rivers Resource Center at 7PM. Check out our calendar for more information.

If you would like to learn more about how you can become a member, please click here.


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