Alachua Audubon Society

A chapter of the National Audubon Society

About AAS

Alachua Audubon Society (AAS) is an official chapter of National Audubon and Audubon Florida.
AAS logo

The Alachua Audubon Society’s mission is to foster appreciation and knowledge of birds and other native wildlife, to protect and restore wildlife populations and their habitats, and to promote sustainable use of natural resources.

 

Chapter Board of Directors and Standing Committees (by name, with contact info)

Alachua Audubon’s Board of Directors meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (except for June and July) at 6:30 pm via Zoom. All members are welcome.  Please email us at contact@AlachuaAudubon.org for the link and confirmation of the date and time.

AAS Initiatives for 2021-2022
AAS Initiatives for 2020-2021

AAS 1960-61

AAS Chapter Bylaws (revised 2021)

Best Chapter Award (2018)

Membership

If you belong to National Audubon and live in our area, you are automatically a member of AAS.

Explore the membership section for member benefits and rights and more information on joining, participating in, funding, volunteering, or getting involved with AAS.

Alachua Audubon Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Contact Us:

Email: contact@alachuaaudubon.org

Alachua Audubon Society
P. O. Box 140464
Gainesville, FL 32614-0464

Site Credits:

Maintained by Michael Brock.
Header images courtesy of Charles L. Littlewood.
Site design by Sarah Fazenbaker.
Additional content by Rex Rowan and Tim Hardin.

Last Updated August 14th, 2021, Michael Brock

2 Comments

  1. I have birds that are coming to my feeders that I can’t identify. Please help.

    • Amanda,

      You might be able to find help on the Birding and Wildlife page of our web site. Look under the Local Birding and Natural History/Birding and Wildlife Links tab in the menu at the top of this page.

      There you will find links to organizations that will help you identify birds in your backyard as well as how to best maintain your feeders and yard for attracting birds.

      Trina

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