Alachua Audubon Society

A chapter of the National Audubon Society


To join Alachua Audubon and keep your membership local:

1) Download this membership form.

2) Print, fill in, and check the level of membership desired. 

3) Enclose your check made out to AAS and mail the application to the following address:

Karen Brown
3242 NW 12th Terrace
Gainesville, FL 32609

If you have any questions, email Karen at

You may also join Audubon on a National level and using a credit card by following this link.

Your introductory ($20) membership will be applied to our local chapter and you will receive:

  • Annual membership with the National Audubon Society as well as Audubon Florida and Alachua Audubon Society
  • One-year subscription to Audubon Florida’s Naturalist Magazine
  • One-year subscription to Audubon Magazine
  • One-year subscription to the Crane, Alachua Audubon Society’s newsletter. Send your email address to Karen’s address above.

Donations are welcomed.

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

Though much of our activities such as field trips & programs are free of charge, your contributions help us continue our work by defraying the cost of necessary expenses, providing education and supporting local conservation efforts.

Some of the benefits provided by Alachua Audubon Society:

  • Bi-monthly Newsletter – as a member, you can receive an email when new issues are posted on the AAS web site.
  • Community involvement
  • Meeting people, representing beginning and experienced birders
  • Field trips to local and distant habitats
  • Programs with guest speakers
  • Educational activities for kids including a Christmas Bird Count
  • Birding Classes in collaboration with Santa Fe College’s Community Education Program



  1. I’m a member of national Audubon. Can I receive your email newsletter please?

    • That should be automatic. We’ll look into it.

    • Charlene, have you received any issues of our email newsletter? I just saw your message here on our website from last November. I don’t believe I was notified, or recall if I was. Please let me know so I can look into it. Would the membership be under your name alone?

      Karen Brown
      Membership Committee

  2. Hi
    I’m an African Safri operator and have been leading and guiding safaris in Africa for over 30 years. I’m a great believer in ‘giving back’. especially if it’s to the benefit of wildlife, wherever it may be.
    I’ve got family who’ve recently settled in Alachua and I’ll be staying with them until mid-January. If it would help give Africa a bit more exposure and maybe help you generate some funds for your branch, I’d be happy to give a photo presentation to whoever you like, while I’m there. Of course, no cost to you – and I’ll cover anecdotes, experiences and interesting wildlife encounters. This theme has been very popular in previous presentations I’ve done in the US. My website may give you an insight as to what we’re about –
    Please let me know if you are interested.
    Pat Dewil

  3. Morning! We (Roger and I) worked with Clyde Stephens in Honduras in the 80s. I thought he was speaking to the Society on March 24th…. Perhaps, the calendar is not extended far enough???? Can you help us?
    Thank you.

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