Donate to Atlanta Audubon Society

 

 

Your donation Atlanta Audubon Society is crucial to sustaining programs that promote conservation and awareness of Georgia’s birds.

 

In 2017, Atlanta Audubon will expand on existing programs and introduce new ones:

 

  • Preventing fatal collisions of birds with buildings and windows through Project Safe Flight Atlanta. An estimated 350 million to 1 billion birds are killed annually by these collisions, and we are studying the local impact of our region’s structures to identify steps we can all take to solidify metro-Atlanta’s place as a bird-friendly community.

  • Launching a new species-specific campaign focusing on the Wood Thrush, named on the 2015 Watch List by the North American Bird Conservation Initiative. It faces multiple threats including building collisions, habitat degradation, and climate change. Beginning in 2017, Atlanta Audubon will promote and implement tangible actions to preserve the Wood Thrush’s habitat, both locally and internationally. With your help, we’ll advocate for businesses to dim or turn off their nighttime lights that disorient migrating Wood Thrush and other birds.

  • Hosting a slate of educational speakers at our monthly member meeetings at Manuel's Tavern.

  • Offering over 125 free field trips per year across Metro Atlanta.

  • Increase the number of sites certified through the Atlanta Audubon Sanctuary Certification program to provide additional bird-habitat.

 

 

 

If you would prefer to download a Gift Return Card and mail it to Atlanta Audubon Society.  Please click HERE.  

 

Gifts should be mailed to:

 

Atlanta Audubon Society

4055 Roswell Road

Atlanta, GA  30342

 

Corporate & Nonprofit Sponsorships

 

Atlanta Audubon Society is proud to work with great corporate and nonprofit partners who help to further our mission to protect Georgia's birds and their habitat. For more information about our Corporate & Nonprofit Sponsorship program, please visit our Sponsorship page.

 

Thanks for your support of Atlanta Audubon Society!