Join AAS

Some of the benefits provided by the Alachua Audubon Society:

  • Bi-monthly Newsletter – as a member, you will receive an email when new issues are posted on the AAS web site
  • Expert-led field trips to local and distant habitats
  • Evening programs with guest speakers (currently via Zoom)
  • Birding Classes in collaboration with Santa Fe College’s Community Education Program
  • Community involvement, conservation advocacy
  • Meeting friendly people, representing both beginning and experienced birders

Join or renew your membership with PayPal or a credit card. You may also make a donation. Just follow the links below:


Choose your Membership Level




You can also join by mailing in a check:

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:

AAS Membership
P. O. Box 140464
Gainesville, FL 32614-0464

If you have any questions, email Karen Brown at AlachuaAudubonMembership@gmail.com.

You may also join Audubon on a National level 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.

Donations are welcomed.


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

Alachua Audubon is an all-volunteer organization. Your contributions help us continue and expand our work of providing education and outreach about birds and birding and supporting local conservation efforts. We also support a high-school scholarship program, college internship program, a library “backpack for birding” lending program, and many other education and outreach efforts. Read about our many activities here on our website and in our newsletter, The Crane.