Founded in 1966 Fresno Audubon is a chapter of the National Audubon Society.
The mission of Fresno Audubon is to engage local communities in building a sustainable environment for people, birds, and other wildlife through education, science, and advocacy.
Fresno Audubon hosts many educational programs, sponsors field trips, advocates for local environmental conservation, engages community members in outdoor Citizen Science learning opportunities, and publishes the monthly online newsletter – The Yellowbill.
The next field trip season will span from October 2014 to May 2015.
Typically, the trip participants meet in the parking lot at the northwest corner of Palm and Bullard at 7:45am, and carpooling is encouraged. Check weather ahead of time to know what to expect and come prepared. Be sure to bring binoculars if you have them and a lunch. The first trip of the season will be to Grant Grove on 1 October 2014.
Becoming a Member
Join Fresno Audubon Society as a local chapter member or by becoming a member of National Audubon Society.
Local membership with Fresno Audubon Society is available for students starting at $10. Your dues will stay in the community.
Or join the National Audubon Society for $25. National members receive Audubon magazine 4 times/year and are automatically enrolled in the local chapter.
Get involved in with Fresno Audubon! Attend our programs, field trips, volunteer, and donate to support a healthy and sustainable Central Valley and Sierra foothill environment for people, birds, and other wildlife.