Members are the reason Atlanta Audubon Society (AAS) has been, since 1972, so successful in its efforts to protect birds and the habitats that sustain them. When you become an AAS member, you support us with your entire membership donation and contribute locally to education, conservation, and advocacy efforts that protect Georgia's birds and their habitats.
(Gift Members will receive a letter from Atlanta Audubon Society acknowleding your gift)
Benefits of Membership:
Ten issues of our newsletter, Wingbars, and 12 monthly Bird Buzz e-newsletters.
Discounts and priority registration on workshops and trips.
Monthly Member Meetings and Speaker Series.
Option to certify your yard through the AAS Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary Certification (additional fee for certification).
Lending Library privileges.
Pine Warbler ($100)
Brown Thrasher ($250)
Peregrine Falcon ($500)
Bald Eagle ($1,000)
Junior - age 12 and under please - ($12)
Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary Certification Program.
Georgia Important Bird Areas Program
Free field trips around metro Atlanta
Free Checklist to Birds of Atlanta
Free community and school outreach programs.
Learning About Birds curriculum and professional development
A Voice for the Birds
AAS participation in local and national advocacy campaigns.
Promotion of green space in metro Atlanta.
Note: the AAS membership term is one-year and expires on the last day of the month in the year following enrollment. A membership purchased on September 12, 2015 will expire on September 30, 2016. Membership to Atlanta Audubon Society does not include membership to National Audubon Society and a subscription to its magazine, Audubon. Although Atlanta area members of National Audubon Society are automatically assigned to the Atlanta Chapter, they do not automatically receive all of the Atlanta Chapter membership benefits listed above. You are encouraged to join both organizations to support both national issues along with local programs and issues. For more information about National Audubon Society benefits, visit www.audubon.org.