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Annual Membership Meeting 2023 (Online)
April 27 , 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Join us for a night of membership appreciation as we reflect on the last year and look forward to all the great things we’ve got coming up in the next year.
On the agenda is the presentation of the slate of nominees for the Board of Directors, the introduction of new staff members, and an update of all the exciting things happening at Alabama Audubon.
We’ll also be announcing our 2023 Yellowhammer Award, to be presented to a very special member that has gone above and beyond in promoting conservation and a greater knowledge of birds, their habitats, and the natural world—we look forward to sharing that with y’all!
This is a free, Members-Only event.
To RSVP, please register by 12 pm CDT Wednesday, April 26th.
Please note, you will receive a separate email with the Zoom meeting instructions after registration closes.
Questions? Email Allison Abney, Director of Outreach & Communications, at email@example.com.
Will this be recorded, and will I have the ability to view the presentation later? Unfortunately, we do not have the ability to record our online meetings.
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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Through more than seventy-five years of conservation work in one of our nation’s most ecologically rich states, Alabama Audubon has seen firsthand how diversity strengthens natural communities. This same principle applies to human communities, which is why our organization is committed to providing equitable and inclusive opportunities for all Alabamians to learn about and enjoy wild birds, their habitats, and the natural world. One of the best ways to support that belief is by valuing and actively seeking to strengthen diversity among our staff, our board, and our membership. To that end, Alabama Audubon welcomes everyone to participate in our work, and strives to make our programs, classes, and events welcome, inclusive, and accessible to all.