Audubon Society of Kalamazoo

The Audubon Society of Kalamazoo is a non-profit organization with over 300 members in our area who share an interest in and care about birds and our natural environment. Members are not only entitled to participate in the activities listed below, but also help us support our many programs and activities throughout the year.

What we do:
• Offer informative monthly bird or nature programs (September through April).
• Lead over 20 birding field trips to local and regional natural areas (September-May).
• Publish an interesting and informative monthly newsletter (September-June).
• Host a potluck and bird walk at a specially chosen site for the Annual Meeting in May.
• Organize a Christmas Bird Count.
• Monitor bluebird trails and help establish and maintain purple martin colonies.
• Actively work on environmental issues, particularly on the local level.
• Give over 60 presentations annually on birds to area schools and adult groups.
• Purchase and distribute over 40 of the National Audubon Society’s Audubon Adventures Packets to area schools each year.
• Maintain a local Rare Bird Alert network.
• Maintain a lending library of several hundred bird related books, videos and CDs..
• Maintain a Peregrine Falcon Nest Cam
• Provide deserving local, national and international organizations with significant donations to help protect birds and their habitats.

PO Box 19333 Kalamazoo, MI 49019-0333
Primary Contact: Ilse Gebhard
Phone: 269-375-7210

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Non Profit Status: 501(c)(3)
Currently Accepting Volunteers?: Yes

Related Categories: Adults, Children, Environment, Nature & Outdoors, Seniors, Teens