Working for Alabama’s birds and the people who love them
Alabama Audubon has been promoting conservation and a greater knowledge of birds, their habitats, and the natural world since 1946. We invite you to learn more about what we do, join us out in the field, and help us to protect the natural heritage of America’s fourth-most biodiverse state.
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Join our flock
Become a member of Alabama Audubon, starting at just $20/year.
Support our work
Help us do more for Alabama’s birds.
Meet the team
Get to know one of the most dynamic teams in Alabama conservation.
Join us for an event
Whether it’s a field trip to see cranes, a public talk by an award-winning author, or a swift-viewing party downtown, an Alabama Audubon event is one of the best ways to build a deeper connection with nature. Join us at one of the upcoming gatherings below, or visit our events page for the complete calendar.
RESCHEDULED Nature at Noon: Flora Johnston Park
Field Trip: Oak Mountain State Park
Special Guest Lecture: Harvard Ornithologist Dr. Scott Edwards
Get the latest updates
Check out our most recent newsletter, visit our press page to read about Audubon in the news, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, and watch recorded programs on our Vimeo page.
A staffed chapter of the National Audubon Society, Alabama Audubon is also an independent 501(c)(3) organization that relies on your support to carry out its outreach and conservation work. By giving directly to Alabama Audubon, you ensure that every dollar stays in our state for the benefit of our birds and bird lovers.