Donate to Atlanta Audubon Society


Gifts in support of Atlanta Audubon Society are crucial to sustaining programs that promote conservation and awareness of Georgia’s birds. Your gift to Atlanta Audubon Society will be used to support all of Atlanta Audubon's programs, including:

  • 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 and taking steps 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. Atlanta Audubon is implementing 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. We're partnering with the Georgia Native Plant Society, Chattahoochee Nature Center, and others to promote Native Plant Sales to encourage people to replace non-native species with native plants that provide food for birds and other wildlife.

  • Create a web of certified Atlanta Audubon Wildlife Sanctuaries to provide more habitat for resident and migratory birds. 




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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!