American Avocets by David Cree

American Avocets

photo by David Cree

Protecting birds and the habitats that sustain them through education, conservation and advocacy

 

What's new at Atlanta Audubon...


Stock Up On Birdseed and Support Atlanta Audubon Society at the Same Time!

 

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Take advantage of our great prices and stock up for fall migration at the Atlanta Audubon Society Bird Seed Sale. We are proud to offer a variety of Cole's Wild Bird Feed products, a local supplier of high quality bird seed, at competitive prices. All proceeds support the education and conservation efforts of Atlanta Audubon Society. Order must be received by August 18.  


2017 Wildlife Sanctuary Tour Tickets Now Available

Wildlife Sanctuary TourSaturday, September 16, 2017

9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Six locations in North Atlanta

 

Mark your calendar for Saturday, September 16, and make plans to attend the 2017 Wildlife Sanctuary Tour. This year’s tour will feature six Atlanta Audubon-certified properties in North Atlanta. For 2017, Atlanta Audubon is excited to partner with the Atlanta History Center to feature the beautiful, certified Goizueta Gardens and Living Collection at Atlanta History Center as one of the tour stops. Ticket purchasers must provide their own transportation to the tour sites, but they may tour at their own pace and in any order they choose. Click here to purchase tickets.


An Evening with Doug Tallamy, Author of Bringing Nature Home 

 

Thursday, September 14, 20177:30 PM

Dunwoody Nature Center 

 

Atlanta Audubon is excited to welcome author and native plant advocate Doug Tallamy to kick off this year’s Wildlife Sanctuary Tour. Tallamy will present his book, Bringing Nature Home, on Thursday, September 14, at 7:30 PM at Dunwoody Nature Center. Many bird populations in the U.S. are in steep decline, in part because our gardens and managed landscapes occupy more space than natural areas and we have not designed them with birds in mind. To do that, we can no longer view plants only as ornaments but must consider all of their roles when selecting them for our landscapes. Tallamy will discuss what birds need from our landscapes to breed successfully, and the important roles native plants play in maintaining food webs vital to birds. He will emphasize the benefits of designing landscapes with these roles in mind, and explore the consequences of failing to do so. Tickets for the Doug Tallamy presentation, the Sanctuary Tour, and combination Tallamy/Tour Tickets are now available by clicking here.


August Member Meeting: Volunteer Recognition and 4th Annual Chippy Challenge

 

Sunday, August 27, 3:30 to 5:30 PM

 

Don't miss the August 27 membership meeting and the 4th Annual Chippy Challenge. Nikki will try to stump the crowd with some new bird and birding-related trivia questions to test your knowledge and pit you against your fellow bird brains. 

 

Play individually or with teams of no more than four people. Smart phones not allowed. There will be a prize for the winner(s). In addition, we'll be recognizing and celebrating Atlanta Audubon volunteers who contributed 100 or more hours of service in 2016.  Please join us for this fun celebration.


 

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