Montana Audubon

  • MT


324 Fuller Ave.
P.O. Box 595
United States

About Us

Montana Audubon promotes appreciation, knowledge and conservation of native birds, other wildlife, and their habitats. Founded in 1976, Montana Audubon has steadily built an effective program of public policy, education, and scientific research to serve its grassroots constituency organized into nine, community-based Audubon Chapters. Our organization is committed to protecting wildlife and natural communities through both activism and education. Our list of accomplishments is long, including passing numerous pieces of legislation to protect wildlife species and habitat, leading efforts in Montana to fight wetland-destroying projects, developing a citizen science program to monitor birds and bird habitat, and using environmental education programs to teach adults and children why they should care about wildlife and habitat.