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Michigan Audubon

Contact Information
Heather Good, Executive Director
2310 Science Pkwy, Suite 200
Okemos, MI48864
P 517-580-7364
birds@michiganaudubon.org
www.michiganaudubon.org

Our Mission
Michigan Audubon – Connecting people with birds for the benefit of both through environmental research, conservation, and education in the state.

Priorities
  • RESEARCH - Michigan Audubon sponsors a variety of statewide research, data collection projects, and citizen science programs that are used to assess the distribution and abundance of birds, including nesting occurrences, and the status of rare, threatened, endangered, and special concern bird species and habitat;
  • CONSERVATION - Michigan Audubon protects more than 5,000 acres of important wildlife habitat in 19 sanctuaries in the upper and lower peninsulas. These lands not only serve as a refuge for many species of wildlife, but they also preserve a wide range of our state’s valuable natural resources and are used for recreation, education, and research;
  • EDUCATION - Michigan Audubon believes early encounters with nature inspire children to become responsible consumers and future conservation leaders. Michigan Audubon and its chapters offer a wide range of speakers, workshops, and tours for birders and nature enthusiasts at all levels.

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