Visualizing
the Future
of Conservation

From the President

Data Drives Our Work to the Next Level

Audubon's climate science, our advocacy network, and our growing membership are coming together to create conservation on an impressive new scale. As you'll see in this annual report, major conservation efforts have been undertaken across the United States and throughout the hemisphere. This is truly One Audubon in action.

We are using data to analyze our membership, understand our supporters, and find out what moves people to action. We are reaching new audiences online and engaging with people globally around the need to protect birds. We are putting the most powerful mapping and data visualization tools into the hands of conservation leaders from every corner of the Audubon network as well as our international partners.

But that's only part of Audubon's story. We're also paying attention to business. This year we raised $7.5 million more than we did three years ago, and spent nearly $4 million, or 21 percent, less on fundraising and administration. That allowed us to direct $9 million more to programs and deliver an operating surplus of $1.7 million.

If you've read The Audubon Ark, Frank Graham's 100-year history of Audubon, you see cycles repeating themselves—but never an Audubon that truly leverages its network. We're in the midst of writing a new chapter that creates a new model for an interconnected, unified network that delivers conservation results through state offices, educational Centers, and an unparalleled Chapter-based network. The data alone doesn't matter; what we do with it does, and the true test will be using it to make all of Audubon stronger, smarter, and better positioned for the massive challenges facing birds, people, and the planet.

David Yarnold President & CEO, Audubon

From the Chairman

Science-Based Conservation

It's now starting to happen, at scale and with greater impact.

Yes, after months and years of planning, Audubon is leveraging the best aspects of our world's information technology to deliver significant conservation results. We have all seen big productivity gains in our world from a connected infrastructure of digital information. Audubon is now making large strides to harness these innovations in its field research, citizen science, data analytics, and conservation programs using enhanced platforms, applications, and leading-edge data algorithms.

These techniques are being applied to solve the critical problem of adapting our tried-and-true conservation approach to the new human-caused challenges of increased habitat disturbance and accelerated climate change. These technology-driven programs yield faster results with greater impact as they are based on solid science and the realities of field data. And most important, it provides measurable results. This strategy also critically plays to our strength, because it uses our unparalleled national network of Chapters, Centers, and members.

As we enter 2014, our 108-year-old organization has never been in better health. The accomplishments made in the recent past give me both a great sense of pride and, more important, a tremendous hope for the future of our efforts. Audubon's leading role in the fight to preserve and enrich the vital systems of conservation biology has now been fully restored. This success is only due to your continued support. For this, I thank you and eagerly look forward to tomorrow.

Holt Thrasher Chairman of the Board, Audubon

How We Work: Our Plan

Audubon's Strategic Plan Comes to Life

We work toward common flyway conservation goals and coordinate our resources and expertise.

It's been two years since we hit the ground with our Strategic Plan, and Audubon is seeing conservation results at an unprecedented scale. Aligning the Audubon network along shared strategic goals has given us a greater impact everywhere we work.

Restoring America's Gulf Coast

Audubon was critical in passing the RESTORE Act—ensuring maximum funds will flow to Gulf Coast conservation in the wake of the BP oil spill. Now we're establishing a Gulf-wide stewardship plan with 21 shovel-ready projects already lined up across five states.

Data-driven victory in Alaska

Science and advocacy efforts culminated in a huge victory when our recommended map was accepted by the Department of the Interior in its final management plan for the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, protecting 11 million acres from energy development.

Safeguarding California wildlife from toxic lead

Thanks in part to extensive advocacy work by Audubon California, this year California became the first state to ban the use of lead ammunition in hunting.

Protecting Panama Bay

Audubon is working with local organizations to safeguard Panama Bay, a globally important IBA critical for migrating shorebirds and surrounded by development. This year the Panama Supreme Court reinstated the bay's protected status—a major step toward ensuring the bay remains a safe haven for birds.

Local advocacy for smart energy siting

Audubon Chapters and state offices are using GIS technology to identify the safest areas for renewable energy siting. Golden Eagle Audubon Society in Boise, Idaho, used GIS mapping to identify and advocate for an alternative route for a transmission line that would have impacted Greater Sage-Grouse habitat.

Saving Western Rivers

A coalition of organizations led by Audubon is scoring major conservation victories by mobilizing activists to protect water rights and save habitat along western rivers threatened by drought, invasive species, and unsustainable water management.

Protecting bird habitat across the hemisphere

Audubon and its Nicaraguan conservation partners are using data from birds fitted with geolocators to home in on the most important Wood Thrush habitat to conserve—from the species' breeding grounds in the United States to its wintering grounds in Central and South America.

How We Work: Our Strategies

Maximizing Our Impact

We focus our work on five specific conservation strategies, and put our goals within reach.

Putting Working Lands to Work for Birds & People

Best management practices on ranches, farms, and forests are the key to survival for more than 150 species of threatened grassland and forest birds. By partnering with private landowners, Audubon can help ensure a bright future for these birds and a healthy landscape for future generations.

Sharing Our Seas & Shores

Coastal areas are a magnet for birds and people alike. Unfortunately, overfishing, development, pollution, and sea-level rise put 60 percent of coastal birds at risk. Audubon's growing army of volunteer caretakers monitor nesting habitat. By incorporating marine sites into our IBA program, we can advance policies and practices that reduce threats to coastal birds and vulnerable seabirds.

Saving Important Bird Areas

Audubon has identified 2,676 Important Bird Areas in the United States, covering 380 million acres, and these join 2,204 IBAs in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada. Now we can harness the Audubon network to protect, restore, and advocate for these landscapes and the birds that depend on them.

Shaping a Healthy Climate & Clean Energy Future

Climate change poses an unprecedented threat to birds and biodiversity. Audubon is responding with an equally unprecedented combination of strategies, from supporting well-sited green energy to advancing policies to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the impact of sea-level rise.

Creating Bird-Friendly Communities

Whether they live in cities, suburbs, or rural areas, people can play a critical role in fostering healthy wildlife populations and communities. As the leading voice for birds, Audubon can inspire the one in five adults who watch birds to make lifestyle choices that add up to real conservation impact.

Strategies Pacific Flyway Central Flyway Mississippi Flyway Atlantic Flyway
Putting Working Lands to Work for Birds & People Transforming the Central Valley
Tongass National Forest
Chiloé Island, Chile
Migration Corridor
Sagebrush Ecosystem * Hemispheric Grasslands & Prairie Birds
* Bottomland Forests * Hemispheric Grasslands & Prairie Birds Eastern Forests * Eastern Grasslands & Shrublands
Sharing Our Seas & Shores Coastal Stewardship: Pacific
Saving Seabirds: Pacific
Panama Bay, Panama
Coastal Stewardship: Gulf Coastal Stewardship: Gulf Coastal Stewardship: Atlantic & Gulf
Saving Seabirds: Atlantic & the Caribbean
Saving Important Bird Areas Arctic Slope
Baja Peninsula, Mexico
* Western Rivers Mississippi River Delta Everglades Ecosystem
Long Island Sound
Belize
Shaping a Healthy Climate & Clean Energy Future

Across all flyways:

  • Improve energy planning/siting to minimize impacts on priority birds and landscapes
  • Support efficiency policies, climate policy solutions, renewable energy incentives; eliminate dirty coal
  • Drive effective policy and practice through expertise about birds
  • Help birds adapt to climate change through lobbying, modeling, and adaptation strategy
Saltmarsh
Creating Bird-Friendly Communities

Across all flyways:

  • Audubon At Home; Urban Oasis; Toyota TogetherGreen; Lights Out
  • Citizen-science monitoring (e.g., Christmas Bird Count, Great Backyard Bird Count)
  • Mobilize Chapters, Centers, international partners to acquire and restore critical habitats throughout the hemisphere and to engage a broad audience
  • Nurture Important Bird Areas across the hemisphere

*Incubator projects: Projects with clear and significant conservation potential that are pending additional assessment of their feasibility and impact.
Note: Acre and species metrics for Incubator and International projects are not included in the Bottom Line totals above.

How We Work: One Audubon

Visualizing Our Unrivaled Network

We join forces across national and state offices and Chapters, and accomplish our work on an unprecedented scale.

The flyways traveled by migratory birds each spring and fall inspire our model for organizational alignment. By connecting the work of the Audubon network—Chapters, Centers, national and state staff, volunteers, U.S. and international partners, and other supporters—along each of the flyways of the Americas, Audubon can weave a seamless web of conservation for both migratory and non-migratory species. By working toward common flyway conservation goals, we can have greater impact. And by coordinating resources and expertise, we can increase our efficiency across the network.

State Programs

Audubon's 22 state programs give us a presence at statehouses and provide statewide leadership for Chapters and Centers. The state programs are a powerful force for programmatic alignment throughout the flyways.

Centers

Forty-four Audubon Centers introduce more than a million visitors each year to the natural world—and inspire them to help protect it.

Chapters

Audubon's 463 Chapters are more than our face in communities from coast to coast; they drive our on-the-ground conservation work. Many of the most important Audubon milestones took flight from our Chapter members' dedication and passion for birds and nature. As full partners in our Strategic Plan, Chapters can be an even more powerful force for conservation.

Sanctuaries

Audubon's 23 sanctuaries encompass an incredible array of habitats and protect iconic landscapes for future generations.

Collaborations

Audubon collaborates with a network of large independent Chapters that serve as key players on our core planning teams.

Key

Audubon Chapters 463

  • Fewer than 1,000 members
  • 1,000 - 3,000 members
  • More than 3,000 members
  • State Offices 22
  • Centers 44
  • Sanctuaries 23

21st Century Conservation

Mapping a Future for Birds

A powerful map platform revolutionizes how Audubon works.

Twenty-two million acres, 6 million breeding shorebirds, 400,000 caribou, 20 species of waterfowl, polar bears, beluga whales, walruses, wolves, Arctic foxes, wolverines. All of this was on the line a year ago, when the U.S. Department of the Interior opened the public comment period that would determine the fate of one of Alaska's most sensitive wildlife areas, the National Petroleum Reserve, a wilderness larger than the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and just as crucial to wildlife.

What was a conservation organization to do? Launch a letter–writing campaign, send public comments, partner with other powerful NGOs, lobby? Audubon Alaska did all of that. Then the group went one step further: It made maps.

Taking the Next Step

The maps overlaid geographic information system (GIS) data on many species and allowed Audubon Alaska to see, for instance, how high-density waterfowl nesting areas overlap with caribou calving areas. Those maps contained layers of geographic data that clearly illustrated what was at stake, and laid out the best options—assuming that there would be at least some oil development—for protecting critical wildlife habitat into the future. The maps made all the difference.

Audubon submitted the maps during the 2012 comment period to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. In early 2013 the agency chose its “preferred alternative,” which protects 96 percent of the areas Audubon recommended.

Now Audubon offices in 22 states, 44 education Centers, and 463 Chapters have the same power. Audubon has partnered with Esri, a company that supports global communities using GIS technology for, among other things, protecting the environment, disaster assistance, and humanitarian efforts. The partnership provides organization-wide access to Esri's ArcGIS software, making it possible for anyone in the extensive Audubon network to unlock data collected by nonprofits, government, academia, and beyond that would otherwise be inaccessible to them. That data can help us create powerful GIS maps that can inform decisions on local, regional, and national scales.

ArcGIS helps Audubon answer tough questions, democratize data, and create a culture of collaboration, and it will allow us to significantly increase our conservation results.

The Power of Data

Golden Eagle Audubon Society in Boise, Idaho, is using the technology in response to a transmission line project that threatened critical Greater Sage-Grouse habitat and the Snake River Birds of Prey area. The Chapter tapped into data collected by Idaho Fish and Game, then created GIS maps to illustrate the big picture, overlaying all the data so they could see where sensitive habitat and planned transmission lines would overlap. The Chapter then advocated for a better solution, and during the public comment period, it identified an alternative transmission line route that would safeguard sage-grouse and raptor habitat. In April the BLM released a preferred plan that mirrors those recommendations.

Other success stories are unfolding. Tucson Audubon is using the technology to help protect habitat for the endangered Yellow-billed Cuckoo; Eastern Cascades Audubon is looking at the overlap between raptor habitat and wind power projects; and in Pennsylvania the technology is helping to identify and preserve key wildlife habitat.

Audubon's Esri partnership puts the most powerful mapping and data visualization tools into the hands of conservation leaders around the world. It's unprecedented in conservation.

Belize Audubon Society is using Esri technology to create science-based management plans for 10 of the country's national parks.

21st Century Conservation

Citizen Science Goes Digital

Innovative technology enables an explosion of Audubon's crowd-science.

A hallmark of 2013 was new growth and energy in Audubon's range of citizen science programs. The increasing availability and use of technology is allowing citizen science efforts to grow, and to deliver results and impact faster and to more people than ever before.

The GBBC Shatters Records

This year the Great Backyard Bird Count went digital and global—and shattered every previous count record. More than 104,000 people from 107 countries identified a staggering 4,004 species in this year's count—an increase of 55 percent over last year. The innovations that led to this remarkable growth included integration with eBird, which allowed count participants from around the world to submit their sightings online. The eBird integration also resulted in more accurate data collection and dynamic visual reporting.

The Power of Apps

This past spring Audubon launched Hummingbirds at Home to harness the power of our growing army of citizen scientists for hummingbird protection. Audubon's first online, all-digital citizen science program allowed participants to use a free mobile app or microsite to document hummingbird sightings and record the birds' feeding behavior. The data collected in the program's first year will serve as a baseline for what will be an annual project. By collecting data over a period of years, Audubon scientists will be able to analyze trends and suggest ways people can help protect hummingbirds in their backyards and across their communities. Hummingbirds have evolved to migrate in synchronicity with the bloom of nectar-bearing flowers, but as flowers bloom and die before migrating hummingbirds arrive, it's become clear that climate change is a serious threat to these magnificent birds. Almost 10,000 people signed up to participate this year and reported more than 20,000 observations.

American Birds Soars Into the Future

In August American Birds, the storied Christmas Bird Count print publication, made the leap into virtual space, becoming Audubon's first citizen science email newsletter. The digital edition already reaches twice as many readers as the former print version.

Updating the Original Citizen Science Program

Audubon's venerable citizen science program, the Christmas Bird Count, got an update as well this year with the elimination of the participant fee and an upgrade to the online data reporting tool. These improvements to the 114-year-old program resulted in a 10 percent increase in participation and growth in the number of count circles. This rich dataset is being used to help Audubon tackle problems from climate change to habitat loss.

Conservation at the Next Level

This increasing use of technology allows Audubon to upgrade data collection, improve the sharing of results, and scale-up the size and scope of citizen science efforts to produce maximum impact.

More than 104,000 people from 107 countries identified a staggering 4,004 species in this year's Great Backyard Bird Count.

21st Century Conservation

Let's Talk

We deliver our conservation message by utilizing diverse tech platforms.

Audubon is taking a lead in innovative communications and social media, developing creative online programming that calls attention to key issues and engages with conservationists and bird and nature lovers from around the globe.

Email

More than 475,000 people have signed up for regular emails from Audubon, including our monthly e-newsletter and updates from around the network—a huge jump from the 100,000 people on our email list just two years ago.

Facebook

Audubon's social media presence has grown by leaps and bounds. Audubon fans now number almost 100,000. With our engaging content, we earned more than 20 million impressions in the last quarter of 2013 alone, with each post being shared an average of 191 times. Audubon's first Facebook photo contest attracted more than 1,000 submissions in a single day.

Twitter

With 44,000 followers, our Twitter presence generated 67 million impressions in the last quarter of 2013 and inspired 21,000 interactions. Followers like what we have to say; our tweets are re-tweeted an average of four times each.

Online Bird Cameras

Audubon continues to build on our partnership with the Annenberg Foundation's explore.org to live-stream birds in breeding and nesting colonies on the Maine coast.

Four cameras operated 24/7 to capture puffins, Ospreys, and terns. More than 4 million viewers saw puffin chicks hatch and fledge, watched baby Osprey learn to soar, and engaged with Audubon scientists and researchers through live online chats, videos, and blogs.

Website

Website traffic increased steadily in 2013. Audubon averaged 350,000 unique monthly visitors with a yearly total of more than 4 million visitors, a 150 percent increase over 2012.

Advocacy Alerts

Our redesigned advocacy alerts reached more than 165,000 activists in 2013, bringing attention to a broad range of issues, including our efforts to combat climate change, the fight against old-growth logging in Alaska, the battle to protect the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, and the push to ensure BP pays to restore the damages it caused to the Gulf Coast.

LinkedIn

LinkedIn is becoming a valuable professional recruitment tool that allows us to reach highly qualified applicants from across the country. We are able to leverage our presence for greater online visibility in the human resources arena, and it is contributing to our ability to attract skilled professionals to the Audubon network. Audubon has almost 3,000 followers on this networking site.

Exiting the Highway

For the second year, Audubon and Toyota partnered on Exit the Highway, an online effort to encourage people to get off the highway and into nature. More than 136,000 people participated. Besides pledging to get outdoors, they shared their favorite destinations and posted photos.

With our engaging content, Audubon earned more than 20 million impressions on Facebook in the last quarter of 2013.

Flyway Report

Pacific Flyway Gateway to the Arctic

Audubon is making a big impact in the Pacific Flyway. This year huge political victories—including the recent ban on the use of lead hunting ammunition in California, and 11 million acres protected from oil and gas drilling by the Department of the Interior in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska—demonstrated the immense power of the Audubon network. These high-profile victories, along with continued habitat restoration, advocacy efforts, and educational outreach across the flyway, prove that Audubon's strategic conservation efforts are making a difference for birds.

Many of these critical conservation efforts are supported by innovative mapping technology. Audubon's partnership with digital mapping giant Esri has enabled us to incorporate our sound science into layered maps that tell us where to most effectively focus our conservation efforts and communicate their importance to partners, government agencies, journalists, and funders.

From protecting Hudsonian Godwits on Chiloé Island in Chile, condors in California, Marbled Murrelets in Washington, and waterfowl in Alaska, Audubon takes a hemisphere-scale approach to bird conservation.

Pacific Flyway The Best Map Wins

Audubon's partnership with Esri is allowing us to create detailed maps that guide our conservation work. Maps built using scientific data to paint a clear picture of conservation needs and impacts in a particular area are powerful tools when advocating for funding, political action, and partnerships that will help us reach our strategic goals. This was never more evident than when the Department of the Interior (DOI) decided on a management plan for the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, designating more than 11 million acres—nearly half—of the reserve off-limits to energy development for the duration of the plan. Audubon Alaska and the national policy office helped shape the final plan using custom, detailed maps to recommend specific areas—most notably Teshekpuk Lake—for protection. Audubon activists and Chapter members submitted more than 40,000 letters and calls in support of strong wildlife protection in the Reserve—and this year we succeeded.

Key

  • The National Petroleum Reserve
  • Areas unavailable for leasing
  • Recovery locations of Brant banded in the Reserve. Lines draw symbolic connections.

Important Bird Areas

  • State
  • Continental
  • Global

Audubon Alaska developed an innovative tool, using ArcGIS online, to assist with land management and conservation planning on the Kenai Peninsula. The tool builds layered geographic information, such as salmon habitat, IBA location, and developed areas, onto a web-based interactive tool. With this tool, local land trusts and other partners can identify the most important areas for conservation.

BIRDS Common Loon, Bald Eagle, Hudsonian Godwit

BOTTOM LINE Habitat conservation for birds across 6 million acres

Seattle Audubon Society and its conservation partners produced Esri maps layering state and federally protected forests, Audubon Chapter territories, and Marbled Murrelet range to demonstrate the need and capacity for protecting the bird's breeding habitat. The Marbled Murrelet, a federally threatened seabird, inhabits coastal waters and bays but nests up to 45 miles inland and only in old-growth forest.

BIRDS Marbled Murrelet

BOTTOM LINE Protecting critical old-growth habitat in Washington State

Audubon California built an interactive online map to highlight volunteer opportunities in Sharing our Shores projects from Washington to California. The map includes recovery beaches, planning-level recovery units, IBAs, Western Snowy Plover critical habitat, protected lands, coastal Audubon Chapters, and contact information for volunteer programs.

BIRDS Western Snowy Plover

BOTTOM LINE Protection for birds at more than 200 West Coast beaches

Audubon California developed an interactive mapping tool to assess and comment on proposed renewable energy projects in California. The tool enables Audubon to build a more robust understanding of potential impacts by displaying locations of proposed projects relative to locations, including IBAs, public lands, and observations of key species.

BIRDS Golden Eagle, Burrowing Owl, Tricolored Blackbird

BOTTOM LINE Improved understanding of potential impacts to key species throughout California

Innovative technology and our powerful network add up to big impact in the Pacific Flyway. —Mike Sutton, Vice President, Pacific Flyway

SPOTLIGHT ON THE NATIONAL PETROLEUM RESERVE

The largest piece of public land in the U.S., the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, is a hotbed of birds during the breeding season. The Reserve supports millions of nesting and migrating shorebirds and waterfowl, and provides critical habitat for migratory birds like the Spectacled Eider. Under the DOI's plan, 11 million acres of the 23 million-acre Reserve are off-limits to development for the duration of the plan, keeping important habitat intact while Audubon continues to advocate for permanent federal protection.

Pacific Flyway Highlights

Policy

California Bans Use of Lead Ammunition

Audubon California earned a big victory this year when Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 711—historic legislation requiring hunters to use non-lead ammunition. Scavengers that eat animal carcasses contaminated by lead bullets, including the endangered California Condor (above), are particularly vulnerable to poisoning. About 65 percent of wild condors tested have elevated levels of lead in their blood; more than 130 other wildlife species are similarly threatened. Audubon California lobbied heavily for the bill, working with partners in conservation, animal welfare, and public health. Audubon Chapters and members sent thousands of letters and messages to Governor Brown, urging him to sign the bill. The California law, the first state ban in the nation, could pave the way for other states and a possible federal ban.

Conservation

Student Conservationists Restore Habitat

Audubon Chapters and Centers across the country are getting students involved in conservation work. With the help of a Toyota TogetherGreen Innovation Grant, the Audubon Society of Corvallis, Oregon, created the Student Riparian Stewards program. Students from four local schools designed and implemented a restoration plan for wetland and creekside habitat. They removed invasive plants, planted native species from seedlings grown in their greenhouse, and completed pre- and post-restoration monitoring that showed increased use of the area by native wildlife.

Nearly 245 million acres are protected within designated Important Bird Areas in the Pacific Flyway, more than in any other flyway.

CONSERVATION

Chile: Protecting a Critical Wintering Ground

Almost the entire population of Hudsonian Godwits (above) that nest in Alaska spend the winter on Chiloé Island, Chile, and 61 percent of the Pacific Coast Whimbrel population winters in the Chiloé archipelago. So Audubon is working to protect coastal habitat on and around Chiloé Island in the face of a recent boom in commercial aquaculture and other industries. Audubon is working with Centro de Estudios y Conservación del Patrimonio Natural (CECPAN) to purchase land that supports about 5,000 Hudsonian Godwits—25 percent of those documented on Chiloé and 7 percent of the species' global population. We are also engaging landowners in watershed management and sustainable agricultural techniques to ensure Chiloé's working lands remain safe for birds. This year 22 landowners have enrolled, and they are cumulatively improving 822 acres of habitat. Audubon is also developing educational programs and integrating better conservation practices into local policy. These initiatives spread awareness about the importance of coastal wetland habitats to migratory shorebirds and ensure that Hudsonian Godwits and Whimbrels have a safe wintering ground for years to come.

FRIENDS

Tom and Sonya Campion

Tom Campion cut his teeth as an environmental activist during the so-called Spotted Owl wars, when he protested the logging of old-growth forests in his native Pacific Northwest. He has since turned his attention to Alaska, visiting more than three dozen times in the past 25 years and becoming a leading advocate against irresponsible energy development. “It makes Yellowstone look like Manhattan Island,” says Tom, cofounder and chairman of the action sports retailer Zumiez, of the Arctic. “It's that epic and wild.” On one trip with Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington, he trained his spotting scope on a grizzly bear and a wolverine standing next to each other. He has seen numerous other big mammals, including a moose on an Arctic Ocean beach and 20,000 caribou silhouetted against the midnight sun. To help protect this wildlife, Tom and his wife, Sonya, give hundreds of thousands of dollars each year to Audubon Alaska and other conservation groups. Their efforts bore particular fruit in February 2013, when, thanks in part to science and policy work done by Audubon, the Obama administration designated about half of the 23-million-acre National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska off-limits to drilling.

Flyway Report

Central Flyway Priority Conservation for Maximum Habitat

Stretching from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains to the desert Southwest and the western Gulf Coast, the Central Flyway comprises more than half of the continental U.S.'s land mass and includes 434 Important Bird Areas. Across this expansive flyway, such iconic bird species as the Greater Sage-Grouse, Sandhill Crane, and Yellow-billed Cuckoo drive Audubon's work to protect threatened ecosystems.

Audubon Rockies has been influential in protecting more than 15 million acres of sagebrush habitat in Wyoming; in the face of regional water shortages, the Western Rivers Action Network is leveraging Audubon's grassroots network to restore rivers and advocate for sustainable water use; and Audubon Texas is building out existing restoration and monitoring projects to protect birds along the Gulf Coast.

Central Flyway Protecting the Places Most Crucial to Birds

Important Bird Areas (IBAs) are areas with critical habitat for one or more bird species. Overseen by BirdLife International, IBAs are ranked into Global, Continental, and State areas identified by rigorous data-driven evaluations of bird populations and habitat. These designations help Audubon prioritize conservation efforts to make the greatest impact for vulnerable bird species.

Audubon leverages IBA status to:
  • Achieve comprehensive habitat protection for threatened birds
  • Guide responsible energy siting
  • Influence local and national policy
  • Raise funds to support our mission
Range data and international IBA extents courtesy BirdLife International.

Key

  • State Important Bird Areas (IBAs)
  • Continental IBAs
  • Global IBAs
  • Greater Sage-Grouse range

Number of key species identified in IBA

  • Species of global or continental conservation concern living in the IBA
  • Waterbird species for which the IBA is critical habitat
  • Seabird species for which the IBA is critical habitat

Number of Chapter members who participated in IBA-related activities in 2011

Audubon Dakota organized an IBA technical committee to identify and designate IBAs in the northern Great Plains to protect the region's most important habitat sites from threats including energy development, grassland loss, and wetland drainage.

BIRDS Sprague's Pipit, Sandhill Crane, Interior Least Tern

BOTTOM LINE Designation of the first Global IBAs in North and South Dakota

Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center used a Toyota TogetherGreen Innovation Grant to partner with a nearby farming community to restore tallgrass prairie habitat.

BIRDS Greater Prairie-Chicken, Henslow's Sparrow

BOTTOM LINE Invasive trees cleared from five acres of IBA habitat, 175 natives planted

Prescott and Northern Arizona Audubon Societies are working with the mayor of Clarkdale to develop a water management strategy for the Verde River along 18,000 acres of IBA land. The Verde's flow is expected to drop 8,600 acre-feet over the next 100 years.

BIRDS Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Southwestern Willow Flycatcher

BOTTOM LINE Protection for the 170-mile Verde River

Southwestern New Mexico Audubon is organizing opposition to a pipeline diversion plan threatening to drain 14,000 acre-feet per year from the Gila and San Francisco Rivers. An Audubon Action Alert helped convince the state legislature not to appropriate funds to the plan.

BIRDS Bell's Vireo, Common Black-Hawk

BOTTOM LINE Protection for the Gila River and three IBAs

New Mexico Audubon saw victory when the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee approved an energy and water bill that includes significant support for New Mexico drought management projects in the Middle Rio Grande. Senator Tom Udall added an amendment encouraging a voluntary water-leasing program and feasibility study for a restoration project on 60 miles of the Rio Grande that includes a Global IBA.

BIRDS Bell's Vireo, Yellow-billed Cuckoo

BOTTOM LINE $51 million for WaterSMART programs

Audubon Texas is working to integrate 40 years of Texas Colonial Waterbird Society census data with ArcGIS online to analyze the effects of habitat changes on breeding bird populations. The census covers the entire Texas coast and all area IBAs that support rookeries.

BIRDS Black Skimmer, Brown Pelican, American Oystercatcher

BOTTOM LINE Bird data to guide Texas coastal conservation and restoration

IBAs cover 45 million acres in the flyway. We're saving these areas for birds and people. —Brian Rutledge, Vice President, Audubon Rockies

SPOTLIGHT ON GREATER SAGE-GROUSE

During the past century the Greater Sage-Grouse has lost nearly 50 percent of its habitat to fragmentation. With more than half of the world's remaining Greater Sage-Grouse population found in Wyoming, Audubon Rockies took the lead on a strategy that treats the bird as a key species for the sagebrush habitat. By identifying, connecting, and protecting the sage-grouse's core habitat, Audubon is protecting an entire ecosystem and safeguarding wildlife, including the Sage Sparrow and the Pronghorn. More than 15 million acres of sagebrush habitat have been protected in Wyoming through a proactive state strategy that Audubon was instrumental in developing. Audubon is also engaged in the Bureau of Land Management's National Greater Sage-Grouse Planning Strategy, where an additional 32 million acres across 10 other states could receive stronger protections through revisions of resource management plans.

Audubon IAP, Panama Audubon Society, and more than 30 local government organizations and NGOs are using advocacy, monitoring, habitat restoration, and educational outreach to protect Panama Bay—a critical shorebird migration point. A major success this year was the Panamanian Supreme Court's decision to reinstate the bay's legally protected status.

BIRDS Western Sandpiper, Whimbrel

BOTTOM LINE 500,000 acres of restored wetland habitat

Central Flyway Highlights

ADVOCACY

Activating a Network for Birds and People

The rivers of the arid west support habitat and economies, birds and people. Unfortunately, drought, invasive species, and unsustainable water use are draining these rivers dry. This year Audubon formed the Western Rivers Action Network (WRAN), a coalition of activists and conservationists who advocate for protecting western rivers, restoring riparian habitat, and raising awareness about water use.

The WRAN builds upon Audubon's strong presence in state offices, Chapters, and Centers in New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado. Our national policy office has provided critical leadership, offering campaign direction, organizing advocacy, and supporting an online advocacy network that delivers updates and action opportunities to WRAN activists.

An example of local impact achieved this year: After hundreds of WRAN supporters in Colorado spoke out for legislation promoting gray-water recycling and increased water conservation, it passed the state senate unanimously. The need for water continues growing; every drop taken from the West's streams and rivers for communities or agriculture is water no longer available for the riparian ecosystems our birds and other wildlife depend on.

Policy

Bird-Friendly Energy

As our nation's energy demands increase and interest in renewables grows, construction of high-voltage transmission lines across the West will be required to both update and increase the capacity of existing infrastructure. While this development offers tremendous economic potential for western states, if it's planned and sited improperly it could result in long-term damage to wildlife populations and habitat. Audubon has expertise to offer in the public dialogue about energy siting that can protect birds, many of them state and federal species of concern. Audubon Rockies is engaged in extensive discussions with energy industry officials, other conservation groups, and state and federal agencies regarding four proposed massive high-voltage, multi-state transmission lines: Gateway West, Gateway South, TransWest Express, and Zephyr. It's our job to make sure the birds have a place at the table.

In the Central Flyway, Audubon is educating a new generation of potential conservationists and engaging a more diverse audience.

CONSERVATION

Building a Broader Conservation Community

Audubon is ramping up efforts to get Spanish speakers in the Central Flyway and across the country to enjoy nature and protect birds with Audubon. Spanish-language education programs at Centers like the Trinity River Audubon Center in Dallas, a Spanish-language website at espanol.audubon.org, a new Spanish-language Centers brochure, and translated guides to the Christmas Bird Count and Great Backyard Bird Count are making Audubon accessible to the more than 37 million Spanish speakers in the United States.

Tribal communities are another important Central Flyway constituency, and this year Audubon New Mexico, with support from Toyota TogetherGreen, reached out to local tribes. Audubon New Mexico created field guides—illustrating Sandhill Cranes, Bald Eagles, and other birds found along the Rio Grande—in the Tewa language and distributed them during volunteer restoration projects, community days, and culturally specific education programs. Through this project, Audubon is educating a new generation of potential conservationists and engaging a more diverse audience while also protecting an endangered tribal language.

FRIENDS

David and Kim Hurt

When David and Kim Hurt bought 40 rugged acres just south of Dallas in the late 1990s, they planned on building their dream house. They soon realized, however, that the area was too special to develop. A grove of rare flowering dogwood trees lined a canyon, trout lilies and orchids dotted the ground, and ashe junipers provided a potential home for endangered Golden-cheeked Warblers. The Hurts, who own a Wild Birds Unlimited store, even came across a plant subspecies on their property that had been believed to be extinct. “It became less about us and more about the big picture,” Kim says. With the help of their local Audubon Chapter, where Kim served on the board, David and Kim began turning their property and adjacent parcels into a nature sanctuary. National Audubon, various government entities, and private donors also played a role. Giving away most of their net worth created some hardships—“It was beans and rice one day, and rice and beans the next day for variety,” David jokes—but the sacrifice proved worthwhile when the 205-acre Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center opened in 2011.

Flyway Report

Mississippi Flyway River of Birds

More than 325 species make the round-trip each year along the Mississippi Flyway, from their breeding grounds in Canada and the northern United States to their wintering grounds along the Gulf of Mexico and in Central and South America.

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill threatened birds all along this migration superhighway. Audubon knows that only a long-term financial commitment to restoring the Gulf will make the flyway safe for birds. We're working to establish a Gulf-wide stewardship plan for the full range of coastal species. Twenty-one restoration projects across five states are ready for immediate action if funded. Funds from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the Natural Resources Damage Assessment are beginning to flow to our projects, and we're prepared to act when the largest BP penalties—up to $18 billion under the RESTORE Act—are levied.

We protect American White Pelicans, Least Terns, Prothonotary Warblers, and many other species during their entire migrations. From Minnesota, which passed the first statewide bird-safe building guidelines and where Lights Out programs protect birds migrating through the Twin Cities; to the Audubon Center at Riverlands, where Audubon Missouri and the Army Corps of Engineers are restoring riverside habitat; to shorebird stewardship projects from Texas to the Florida Keys, we are there for the birds.

Mississippi Flyway Stewardship and Restoration, From the Headwaters to the Gulf

The Mississippi Flyway is named for the great river underpinning the migration route followed by 60 percent of North America's birds. By restoring habitat from the headwaters of the Mississippi to the Louisiana Delta, Audubon is protecting birds year-round.

Tracking Pelicans

More than 20 percent of the world’s breeding population of American White Pelicans is found in Minnesota, and these same birds winter along the Gulf Coast. Flyway-level connections were never more evident than when the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources found petroleum compounds and the chemical dispersant used to clean up after the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the eggs and bill knobs of American White Pelicans in Minnesota—two years after the spill. Audubon Minnesota put GPS tracking units on five pelicans to learn more about the threats they encounter to help us better protect them across their entire range.

Pelican frequency observations courtesy eBird, Cornell Lab of Ornithology; range data courtesy BirdLife International; oil area courtesy National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Key

American White Pelican range

  • Breeding
  • Migratory
  • Winter

Important Bird Areas

  • State
  • Continental
  • Global

Audubon Minnesota helped identify many of the state’s major American White Pelican nesting colonies as Important Bird Areas, specifically to protect this key species and its habitat.

BIRDS American White Pelican, Great Egret, Canada Goose

BOTTOM LINE Lac Qui Parle, Lake of the Woods, and Pigeon Lake IBAs to protect waterbird habitat covering more than 350,000 acres

Audubon Missouri and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers partner in habitat restoration and improvement on more than 100,000 acres of riverside habitat along the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers in the globally significant Great Rivers Confluence Important Bird Area.

BIRDS Trumpeter Swan, American White Pelican, Interior Least Tern

BOTTOM LINE Improved water quality and riverine habitat for resident and migratory birds and other wildlife

Pascagoula River Audubon Center and the Mississippi Flyway Program received a $1 million grant from The Chevron Corporation. The gift includes support for flyway-level conservation work and funding for educational programming and operational expenses for a new nature center to be built in Moss Point, MS.

BIRDS Least Tern, Seaside Sparrow, Black Skimmer, Snowy Plover

BOTTOM LINE A comprehensive conservation plan for three IBAs, improved management and monitoring of waterbirds and beach-nesting bird colonies

Our comprehensive Gulf plan envisions protecting waterbirds from Brownsville to the Keys. —Chris Canfield, Vice President, Mississippi Flyway

SPOTLIGHT ON GULF RESTORATION

Audubon has published a comprehensive Gulf restoration plan that will restore shoreline habitat, augment existing monitoring projects to inform long-term conservation planning, and integrate conservation lands with future acquisitions to create a sustainable coastal sanctuary system. Our ultimate goal is to establish a long-term funding structure to restore, maintain, and steward shoreline habitat for Gulf birds. As part of the plan, Audubon has mapped 21 shovel-ready projects that, if funded by oil spill penalties, will protect birds, create jobs, and encourage tourism.

Galveston Bay Islands, TX
Vingt-et-un and Smith Point Islands have lost significant acreage due to erosion and subsidence. Strategically adding dredge spoil material to the islands, planting shrubs and other plants, and constructing a low breakwater will increase elevation, stabilize sediment, and protect the shoreline.

COST $10-30 million

BOTTOM LINE Restoring critical nesting sites for skimmer, spoonbill, tern, and pelican species affected by the Gulf oil spill

Freshwater Bayou, LA
Breakwaters on just 17 miles of beachfront would protect the immediate shoreline and thousands of acres of adjacent coastal marsh, including part of our 26,000–acre Rainey Sanctuary.

COST $96-113 million

BOTTOM LINE Habitat for birds including globally significant numbers of Piping Plovers

Jackson County, MS
A new layout and better management of 650 acres within three existing dredge sites would increase critical nesting habitat for shorebirds, waders, and waterbirds.

COST $1.5 million

BOTTOM LINE Increase in state populations of plovers, terns, and other birds

Dauphin Island, AL
The island's beach/dune system is threatened by coastal erosion and human impact. Restoration will protect habitat for declining terns, plovers, skimmers, oystercatchers, and other shorebirds.

COST $5-10 million

BOTTOM LINE Restoring 150 to 200 acres of beach, dune, marsh, and maritime forest habitat

Alafia Banks, FL
At least 6,800 feet of the Alafia Banks’ northern shoreline has eroded due to storms and ship wakes. Audubon has completed one-sixth of proposed breakwater construction projects, with successful preliminary results. The proposed project would construct breakwaters on the remaining 5,250 feet of shoreline.

COST $1.8 million

BOTTOM LINE Protection for a globally significant IBA supporting 18 species of colonial nesting waterbirds and seabirds

Mississippi Flyway Highlights

ADVOCACY

Building Bird-Safe Cities

Audubon Minnesota is a prime example of Audubon's efforts to create bird-friendly communities through its work protecting birds in urban areas. As of May 2013 all new building projects that receive Minnesota state bond funding must comply with bird-safety requirements. Audubon Minnesota was instrumental in shaping the new requirements, which were added to the Minnesota Sustainable Building Guidelines. By sharing research on bird collisions and advocating for more than two years, Audubon Minnesota helped institute the first statewide bird-safe design standard in the United States. The requirement protects birds from hazards like clear glass railings, skyways, and large expanses of glass adjacent to bird habitat. This latest effort bolsters Audubon Minnesota's strong Lights Out program, which helps darken the Minneapolis and St. Paul skylines (above) during migration season to protect birds.

Conservation

Enlisting a New Corps of Volunteers

A fundamental part of Audubon's work across the hemisphere is habitat restoration. At the micro level, volunteer opportunities revitalizing a marsh, cleaning up a beach, or planting native plants to restore a prairie do more than improve habitat for birds. They also provide the perfect way to involve new audiences in conservation. This year Toyota TogetherGreen fellow and Iraq War veteran Ben Haberthur launched the Veterans Conservation Corps of Chicagoland, a volunteer group designed to help veterans regain balance in their personal lives through habitat restoration. During the yearlong fellowship, veterans planted approximately 8,000 seedlings in a wetland and savanna habitat at the Dick Young Forest Preserve near Chicago (below).

Audubon knows that only a long-term financial commitment to restoring the Gulf will make the Mississippi Flyway safe for birds.

SCIENCE

Belize: Conservation Along the Flyway

Through our partnership with the Belize Audubon Society (BAS), Audubon is working to improve conservation management at three of Belize's major protected areas, totaling 140,000 acres. Audubon and BAS signed a memorandum of understanding outlining joint conservation goals and expected outcomes over the next five years. This year saw the hiring of BAS's first conservation officer, who will oversee both creating management plans at every protected area in Belize (including Crooked Tree Sanctuary, above) and Audubon-led bird monitoring, banding, and restoration training for BAS staff and volunteers. Audubon also supplied BAS with two Esri GIS ArcView licenses, allowing it to create maps to support informed conservation decisions in 10 major national parks.

FRIENDS

Ron Kroese, The McKnight Foundation

Conservationists face a daunting task in restoring the Mississippi River, which winds through 10 states and is marred by municipal and industrial pollution, agricultural runoff, dams, and levees. Fortunately, they can count on the support of the McKnight Foundation, a family-run philanthropic organization that in the past two decades has given nearly $4 million to Audubon alone. “The whole notion of protecting that flyway for birds jibes with our notion of improving the water quality and resilience of the river,” says Ron Kroese, who, in addition to being the McKnight Foundation's Mississippi River program director, is a birdwatcher and former board member of Audubon's Minneapolis Chapter. Thanks to its most recent McKnight Foundation grant, Audubon is conserving and restoring wetlands habitat, expanding its public education outreach, and working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on non-structural flood prevention. It has also launched a pilot program to develop a bird-friendly-beef label. Not only are such measures good for the river as a whole, they may also help Ron spot more species on his next birding trip.

Flyway Report

Atlantic Flyway The Front Lines of
Sea-Level Rise

The Atlantic Flyway holds a wide variety of ecosystems. From northeastern forests, where birds like the Wood Thrush nest and breed; to the Florida Everglades, home to the Snail Kite; to the beaches and marshlands that stretch down the coast and provide habitat for Piping Plovers and Saltmarsh Sparrows, Audubon is employing tactics as diverse as these ecosystems to protect the millions of birds that depend on this flyway from such threats as sea-level rise and development. Shorebird monitoring programs from New York to Florida ensure beach-nesting birds have safe places to rear their young even as vacationers hit the shores. In eastern shrublands and woods, the Golden-winged Warbler is benefiting from Audubon's habitat restoration efforts, our partnerships with private landowners to increase sustainable land management, and our work with local power companies to guide energy siting decisions with birds in mind. Local efforts from Audubon Chapters, Centers, and state offices are scaling up to make the entire flyway a safer place for birds and a better place for people.

Atlantic Flyway Saving Our Shores in the Face of Climate Change

The science is in, and it's clear that global climate change is our time's greatest threat to birds and other wildlife. As icecaps and glaciers melt, causing sea levels to rise worldwide, coastal habitats are left extremely vulnerable. Audubon's work restoring saltmarshes and beaches along the Atlantic Coast seeks to mitigate the effects of sea-level rise while safeguarding habitat for birds that depend on beaches for nesting, wintering, and migration stopovers.

Why we protect coastal wetlands and saltmarshes:
  • They are natural sponges absorbing influxes of water from storms and hurricanes
  • They are a coastal buffer in the face of sea-level rise
  • They provide critical habitat for birds like the Saltmarsh Sparrow and Seaside Sparrow
Why we protect beaches:
  • They are vulnerable to loss due to sea-level rise and development
  • They are a coastal buffer in the face of sea-level rise
  • They provide critical habitat for birds like Piping Plovers, Least Terms, and American Oystercatchers

Key

Important Bird Areas

  • State
  • Continental
  • Global

Elevation above sea level

Coastal Vulnerability Index: a measure of the shoreline's vulnerability to sea-level rise

Audubon Connecticut and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have established an in-lieu fee program. Under this innovative partnership, application fees paid to the Corps for development projects impacting the state's wetlands and watercourses will now be used to fund large-scale mitigation projects under Audubon's management. Habitat restoration projects, land acquisition, and other projects focused on aquatic habitats and their upland buffers will be selected.

BIRDS Wood Thrush, Louisiana Waterthrush, Saltmarsh Sparrow

BOTTOM LINE An ongoing funding source for habitat restoration and conservation along Connecticut shorelines and wetlands

Audubon New York is advocating for a storm recovery strategy prioritizing infrastructure restoration that maintains natural processes to protect coastal communities and habitat in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. Audubon’s priority recommendations were included in the New York State 2100 commission report, which will guide future conservation efforts, and more than $500 million in federal funding has already been allocated for natural infrastructure projects in the region.

BIRDS Piping Plover, Roseate Tern

BOTTOM LINE Restoring critical habitat affected by Superstorm Sandy in a region with 32 IBAs

Toyota TogetherGreen hosted a cleanup event at New York City’s Plumb Beach resulting in the removal of nearly 2,000 pounds of trash. This IBA, critical habitat for many migrating birds, is almost entirely surrounded by industrial and residential buildup.

BIRDS American Oystercatcher, Red Knot

BOTTOM LINE Protecting one of the Northeast’s largest wetlands

Audubon Maryland-DC is protecting marshbird habitat in the face of sea-level rise by keeping marsh corridors free of development and accelerating the creation and restoration of saltmarshes in the Chesapeake Bay region.

Pickering Creek Audubon Center organized the planting of more than 6,500 smooth cordgrass plants at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. Fifty volunteers from faith-based groups along with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service staff contributed to restoration efforts.

BIRDS Saltmarsh Sparrow, Seaside Sparrow, Clapper Rail, Black Rail

BOTTOM LINE Improved conservation outlook for 30,000 acres of restored saltmarsh habitat in the southern Dorchester County IBA

Donal O’Brien Jr. Sanctuary and Audubon Center at Pine Island is implementing a conservation plan to protect and enhance the Sanctuary’s 2,600 acres of marsh and maritime forest. Staff and volunteers will restore wetland buffers and plant submerged aquatic vegetation, while coastal building renovation projects will ensure the Center’s structures can withstand the threat of sea-level rise.

BIRDS Saltmarsh Sparrow, American Black Duck, Clapper Rail

BOTTOM LINE 1,000 acres of restored marsh added to the sanctuary by 2020

Florida Keys Audubon Society used a Toyota TogetherGreen Innovation Grant to plant native plant species, conserve water, and draft a plan with the city of Key West to address local effects of sea-level rise.

BIRDS Gray Kingbird, Tree Swallow, White-eyed Vireo

BOTTOM LINE More than 1,000 natives planted, 9,000 gallons of water saved

Atlantic Flyway Shorebird Business Strategy

This year Audubon worked with federal, state, and local governments, partner conservation groups, major donors, and scientists across the Americas to create the Atlantic Flyway Shorebird Conservation Business Strategy. The strategy's ultimate goal is to increase shorebird population levels along the Atlantic Coast 10 to 15 percent by 2020. The $20 million-per-year conservation effort will identify top conservation sites and mitigate threats to birds like the Semipalmated Sandpiper, whose populations have dropped 80 percent since the 1980s.

Coastal Vulnerability Index data courtesy U.S. Geological Survey; elevation data courtesy NASA; international IBA extents courtesy BirdLife International

Local efforts from Chapters, Centers, and states make the entire flyway safer for birds. —Francis Grant-Suttie, Vice President, Atlantic Flyway

SPOTLIGHT ON PIPING PLOVERS

Described as cotton balls on stilts, Piping Plover chicks hatch from nests directly on beaches, where they're incredibly vulnerable to predation, development, and beach recreation. Only 8,000 adult Piping Plovers remain in the wild. Audubon is working to protect these birds with stewardship programs, habitat restoration, and public advocacy along their entire range, from Long Island to Cape Hatteras to the Bahamas.

Audubon's International Alliances Program is working with the Bahamian government and the Bahamas National Trust to establish a national park and marine protected area on Joulter Cays, helping safeguard critical Piping Plover habitat.

BIRDS Piping Plover

BOTTOM LINE Federal protection of wintering grounds of 20 percent of Atlantic Coast Piping Plovers

Atlantic Flyway Highlights

ADVOCACY

New Life for the Everglades

After decades of science and advocacy work by Audubon Florida, two key Everglades restoration projects were completed this year to address one of our primary goals—increasing freshwater flows into the parched marshes of the southern Everglades and Florida Bay. Roseate Spoonbills are benefiting from the first phase of the C-111 Spreader Canal Project, which is helping to balance delicate salinity levels in Florida Bay—crucial to birds reliant on foraging for food. In addition, with the completion of the one-mile Tamiami Trail Bridge, water is flowing freely to Florida Bay through Everglades National Park for the first time in 80 years. This should help bring back Wood Storks and Everglade Snail Kites (above), both Audubon priority species.

Conservation

Safeguarding a Migration Route for Raptors

In May, after 10 years of negotiations and legal battles, Audubon Pennsylvania and partners acquired 384 acres of open ridge-top land along a major raptor and songbird migration path in the Kittatinny Ridge Important Bird Area (below). The property faced an extreme development threat from a planned auto raceway, hotel, and restaurant that would have destroyed the pristine woodland habitat and introduced significant noise, light, and water pollution. The property will now be managed for birds and other wildlife by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Audubon Pennsylvania contributed $100,000 toward the land purchase in the final days of the deal, ensuring that birds like the Golden-winged Warbler, the American Woodcock, and the Louisiana Waterthrush will be protected on the property in perpetuity.

A grant to Audubon in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Michigan will help protect 6,000 acres of Golden-winged Warbler habitat by 2014.

SCIENCE

Partnerships Power Warbler Protection

The Golden-winged Warbler is among the eastern U.S.'s most rapidly declining songbirds. Audubon is working across the Atlantic Flyway to protect this priority species with help from key partners, including the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF). Audubon Vermont and area Chapters surveyed more than 1,200 acres of shrubland habitat for Golden-winged Warblers as part of a two-year partnership with the Vermont Electric Power Company (VELCO). Audubon Vermont used the results to offer VELCO recommendations for long-term habitat management. In New York, Audubon has worked with public and private landowners to manage more than 300 acres. A $195,000 NFWF grant will help us continue to work on stabilizing Golden-winged Warbler populations in both states. Farther south, a NFWF grant for $132,000 to Audubon in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Michigan will help protect 6,000 acres of Golden-winged Warbler habitat by 2014. These new efforts will build on past successes, including partnerships with local landowners that have already protected 1,400 acres.

FRIENDS

Eaddo Kiernan

Passion for the outdoors runs in Eaddo H. Kiernan's blood. Her grandmother was a champion angler, her mother was a founding member of the South Carolina Nature Conservancy, and her father was on the board of Ducks Unlimited. So it came as no surprise when Eaddo began her passionate quest to expand environmental education for kids. “If young people tell me they have an exciting video game they like to play, I tell them there's nothing more exciting than watching a hawk dive on its prey,” Eaddo says. After she helped establish a children's science museum in the late 1990s, Audubon approached her about a planned nature center at its sanctuary in Greenwich, Connecticut. Eaddo took to the project with gusto, serving on the Audubon Greenwich board and co-chairing the Center's capital campaign that raised about $8 million—part of which came from her and her husband, Peter. The state-of-the-art Center, which opened in 2003, includes classrooms, hands-on exhibits, a wildlife observation window, an art gallery, and such green design features as geothermal heating. More important, it hosts some 7,000 students every year, who, Eaddo hopes, will come to “appreciate the importance of protecting Mother Earth.”

Toyota TogetherGreen By the Numbers

From
295 Cities
50 States
420,000 people have engaged in conservation
of whom identified as people of color

With their communities, Toyota TogetherGreen Fellows and Grantees have

  • IMPROVED 30,426 ACRES OF HABITAT
  • SAVED 15 MILLION GALLONS OF WATER
  • PLACED 237,447 TREES AND PLANTS
  • REMOVED 3.5 TONS OF TRASH

and inspired 474,880 volunteer hours, saving organizations more than $10.5 MILLION.

They've also formed more than 3,000 PARTNERSHIPS with other groups, using their Toyota TogetherGreen funds to raise another $9.1 million to support conservation.

Financials

Summary Report for 2013

CONDENSED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

Year ended June 30, 2013 (dollars in thousands)

Assets:

  • Cash and investments $248,934
  • Receivables 9,241
  • Beneficial interest in charitable trusts 42,152
  • Property 146,658
  • Other assets 3,350
  • TOTAL ASSETS $450,335

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS:

  • LIABILITIES
  • Accounts payable and accrued expenses $10,508
  • Deferred rent, tuition, and other liabilities 5,922
  • Loan payable 7,275
  • Funds held for others 2,356
  • Obligations under charitable trusts 6,610
  • Pension and post retirement benefit liability 13,749
  • TOTAL LIABILITIES 46,420
  • NET ASSETS 403,915
  • TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $450,335

CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

June 30, 2013 (dollars in thousands)

REVENUES, GAINS, AND OTHER SUPPORT:

  • Contributions, grants, and bequests $68,186
  • Earned income and other revenue 11,836
  • Investment earnings, appropriated 8,493
  • TOTAL REVENUES, GAINS, AND OTHER SUPPORT 88,515

EXPENSES:

  • Conservation programs
  • Field conservation programs 50,273
  • National conservation programs 21,570
  • 71,843
  • Fundraising
  • Membership development 3,746
  • Other development 7,206
  • 10,952
  • Management and general
    3,989
  • TOTAL EXPENSES 86,784
  • RESULTS FROM OPERATIONS 1,731
  • Investment earnings, non-appropriated 8,811
  • Charitable trust additions and changes in value 4,273
  • Pension and post retirement activity 6,132
  • Other non-operating activity (2,207)
  • CHANGE IN NET ASSETS 18,740
  • NET ASSETS AT BEGINNING OF YEAR 385,175
  • NET ASSETS AT END OF YEAR $403,915

Friends of Audubon

Our Partners

Audubon is deeply grateful to the individuals, foundations, and businesses whose generous contributions have supported our work to protect birds, wildlife, and habitat during the past 12 months.

Individuals

$100,000-$999,999

  • Anonymous
  • Mary McDermott Cook
  • Trammell S. Crow
  • Mrs. Mary Lee Dayton
  • Fiona and Stanley Druckenmiller
  • Joseph and Barbara Ellis
  • Mr. David B. Ford
  • Marian S. Heiskell
  • Sonia and Paul Tudor Jones II
  • Eaddo and Peter Kiernan
  • Dan and Cynthia Lufkin
  • Phoebe and Gerrish H. Milliken
  • Gabrielle and Louis Bacon/The
  • Moore Charitable Foundation, Inc.
  • Margery A. Nicolson, PhD
  • David and Barbara Roux
  • Randy and Jennifer Speers
  • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanback, Jr.
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Stanback
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stolper
  • Virginia K. Stowe
  • Lucy R. Waletzky, MD

$50,000–$99,999

  • Emily and John Alexander
  • W. Graham Arader III
  • Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Boone
  • Marianne and John K. Castle
  • Carole and Andrew Clarkson
  • Barbara and Raymond Dalio
  • Margot P. Ernst
  • Sarah Jeffords
  • Elaine and Ken Langone
  • Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Ordway
  • Philip A. Swan
  • Mr. B. Holt Thrasher and Ms. Juliet P. Tammenoms Bakker
  • Ms. Penelope P. Wilson

$25,000–$49,999

  • Mr. Peter Ackerman
  • John and Marsha Anderson
  • Nancy and Richard Axilrod
  • Mr. Robert B. Berry
  • Ms. Suzanne Blue
  • Judy and C. Frederick Buechner
  • Mr. Charles C. Butt
  • Roberta and Irwin Chafetz
  • Louise Courtelis
  • David Darrin
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Dryfoos
  • Eva Andersson-Dubin and Glenn R. Dubin
  • Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Durst
  • John L. Ernst
  • Mr. Stephen Gavel
  • Mr. Jeffrey Goodby
  • Susan and Daniel Gottlieb/G2 Gallery
  • David Hartwell and Elizabeth De Baut
  • Marsha & Carl Hewitt
  • Patricia H. Keesee
  • Jim and Sarah Kennedy
  • Joni Steele Kimberlin and Kevin Kimberlin
  • Elizabeth and Thomas Laffont
  • Mr. James B. Lee, Jr.
  • John Loeb, Jr.
  • Kristina and Frank Loverro
  • Mr. James Melius
  • Nicholas and Leslie Moore
  • Eric F. Myers
  • Arthur E. Newbold IV
  • Laura and Kevin O'Donohue
  • Susan P. and Franklin M. Orr, Jr.
  • Kristi and Thomas A. Patterson
  • Bayard D. and Elizabeth Rea
  • Allison Whipple Rockefeller
  • Al and Mary Anne Sanborn
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schiro
  • Michael Sheridan
  • Mrs. Anne Phipps Sidamon-Eristoff
  • Melissa and Stuart Strahl
  • Mr. Daniel R. Tishman
  • Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vennema
  • Doug and Maggie Walker
  • Mr. Minturn Wright
  • Marine and Alexander Zagoreos

$10,000–$24,999

  • Anonymous
  • Leigh Altadonna
  • Joseph T. Ambrozy
  • Mr. Anthony Anagnostakis
  • Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Appell, Jr.
  • Connan and Andrew Ashforth
  • Roger and Lori Bahnik
  • Ms. Donna Bailey
  • Mr. Lang E. Baumgarten
  • Susan and Steve Bell
  • William and Beatrice Booth
  • Elisabeth Bottler
  • Mrs. Walter F. Brissenden
  • Eunice and Robert Burnett
  • William Burnside
  • Andee Burrell in memory of Roc Burrell
  • Nanny and Marty Cannon
  • Carstens Family
  • Carlton M. Caves
  • Mr. John R. Challey, Ph.D.
  • Beth Crane and Richard McKee
  • Mr. John Crawford
  • Elaine and Ralph Crocker
  • William B. and Gretchen S. Cutts
  • Lucy and Mike Danziger
  • Andrea de Cholnoky and Scott Wilson
  • Jeffrey & Mary Ehret
  • Laura and Walter Elcock
  • John and Nancy Elting
  • Ms. Lee Gunn Falchi
  • Mo and Susan Feldman
  • Dr. Susan L. Flader
  • Mitzi Fox
  • Mr. Hugh Freund
  • Howard and Kathleen Fuhr
  • Allyn L. Golub
  • Ellen Grace
  • Ms. Julia A. Gregory
  • Mr. and Mrs. William P. Griffin, Jr.
  • Brian and Donna Hampton
  • Christopher Harte and Dr. Katherine Pope
  • Dede Haverstick
  • Elaine and Louis Hecht
  • Ms. Heather Henson
  • Anita Hirsh
  • Mr. Dennis A. Holt
  • Reid and Mary Hughes
  • Mrs. Pat Jones
  • Mia Jung and Scott M. Lawin
  • Marilyn and Donald Keough
  • Libby and Charles King
  • Melvyn N. Klein
  • Stephen Kress
  • Iya Labunka and Wes Craven
  • Jud Laird
  • Stuart Langton
  • Mr. Craig Larson
  • Louise and Lewis Lehrman
  • Wendy Liff Flynn
  • George L. Lindemann, Jr.
  • Steve Lynch
  • Mrs. Beatrice G. Manice
  • Mr. and Mrs. John H. Manice
  • Mr. Robert Marston
  • Alexis Maybank
  • Jennifer and James McCarroll
  • Mr. William McKelvy
  • Phyllis Meek
  • Evalyn E. and Stephen E. Milman
  • Jeanne M. Mininall and Arthur Bass
  • Dr. and Mrs. Allen Montgomery
  • Ms. Pauline M. Monz
  • Tom and Susan Moore
  • John Nugent
  • Mr. and Mrs. Donal C. O’Brien, Jr.
  • Mrs. Valerie C. Ohrstrom
  • Mr. Benjamin Olewine IV
  • Mr. Joseph Orr
  • James R. Palmer
  • A.W. Pasquariello
  • Anne Pattee
  • Cary and David Paynter
  • Thomas Peterffy
  • Gloria M. and W. Douglas Pitts
  • Samuel Plimpton and Wendy Shattuck
  • Mr. and Ms. Walter E. Pratt
  • Elizabeth Prince de Ramel
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ringler
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Spotlight

Louis Bacon

On January 17, 2013, Louis Bacon received the Audubon Medal, the highest honor of the National Audubon Society. He was the 52nd individual in Audubon’s 108-year history to be presented with this award. Previous honorees include Walt Disney, Rachel Carson, Ted Turner, Edward O. Wilson, Jimmy Carter, and the Rockefeller family.

Mr. Bacon’s conservation and philanthropic achievements are many. In 1992 he founded the Moore Charitable Foundation (MCF), a family foundation that works to preserve and protect natural resources for future generations by supporting approximately 200 conservation organizations over the last two decades.

Mr. Bacon has been a friend of Audubon in many ways, for many years, particularly through his support of initiatives including our Women in Conservation Award, Audubon New York and Audubon Connecticut’s work on Long Island Sound and the North Fork, and the International Alliances Program’s conservation efforts in the Bahamas.

Mr. Bacon’s conservation commitment extends beyond the East Coast. In 2012 he reached an agreement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to place approximately 167,000 acres of the Trinchera Blanca Ranch in Colorado’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains under perpetual conservation easements. This marked the largest single conservation easement donation received by the FWS as well as the largest in Colorado. He also reached an agreement with Colorado Open Lands to place approximately 21,000 acres of the Tercio and Red River Ranches under conservation easements, knitting together a landscape-scale conservation effort that creates nearly 800,000 acres of publicly and privately connected and protected lands stretching from Great Sand Dunes National Park to northern New Mexico. Trinchera Blanca is a spectacular property, significant both for its gorgeous scenery, including three 14,000 foot peaks, and its abundant wildlife, including large herds of elk and mule deer.

In 2013 Mr. Bacon’s Foundation established the Audubon/Moore Charitable Foundation Energy Siting Center to empower citizens to urge their communities to make wise, conservation-minded decisions about the location of energy transmission lines. The Center will provide information on transmission regulations, the decision-making process, and ways to advance more environmentally sustainable options for energy development and transmission. This will enable Audubon members and other concerned citizens to help their communities make choices that are good for birds, wildlife, and people.

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Tribute

Donal C. O'Brien Jr.

Audubon lost a true friend and conservation lost a genuine hero with the passing of Donal O’Brien Jr., who died in September at the age of 79. Donal served on Audubon’s board of directors for 25 years, including 15 years as chairman. During that time, he co-chaired Audubon’s monumental strategic planning process to “connect people with nature,” which led to the establishment of Audubon’s network of state offices across the country. These offices, in turn, launched the Important Bird Areas program— there are now nearly 2,700 IBAs nationwide—and helped open 43 new Audubon centers. One of these, on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, is now the Donal C. O’Brien Jr. Audubon Sanctuary and Center at Pine Island.

Donal not only charted Audubon’s course, he gave it momentum. He raised millions of dollars for Audubon's bird conservation initiatives—from saving waterfowl, shorebirds, and grassland birds to restoring the California Condor and strengthening protections for Long Island Sound. When Donal stepped down as board chair in 2004, his friends and former fellow directors raised $5 million to establish the Donal C. O’Brien Jr. Chair in Bird Conservation and Public Policy. In 2010 he was awarded the 51st Audubon Medal, joining the likes of Rachel Carson, Robert Redford, and Walt Disney.

As a former duck hunter, Donal grasped early on the significance of the four flyways that inspired Audubon’s current strategic plan. He recognized that it was crucial to all migratory birds that Audubon develop a hemispheric vision. Says CEO and President David Yarnold, “Donal was peerless. His vision for Audubon to organize itself by the flyways that birds use was an idea that was ahead of its time. It’s not ahead of its time now—it’s the heart of our strategy, and Donal will always be its champion.”

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In Memoriam

Mary Lee Dayton

We are sorry to report the August passing of a great friend to Audubon and a real champion of conservation. Mary Lee Dayton and her late husband, Wally (a former Audubon board member), were true embodiments of Audubon’s mission, dedicating themselves to preserving and restoring natural ecosystems. For years they contributed to a wide range of conservation initiatives, and Mary Lee, inspired by such efforts as Audubon Minnesota’s Lights Out program and our work with Important Bird Areas, carried on with that tradition after Wally’s 2002 death. She was a supporter of many philanthropic causes, and served on the boards of numerous groups, including the YWCA, Planned Parenthood, the United Way, and the Minneapolis Foundation.

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In Memoriam

Cynthia Lufkin

It is with great sorrow that we recognize the passing of Cynthia Lufkin. Cynthia contributed to Audubon in so many ways: by bringing her marketing and communication skills to events such as the 2006 Connecticut Leadership Dinner; by throwing her energy and spirit into the Rachel Carson Awards Council and her creative genius into the formation of the Dan W. Lufkin Prize for Environmental Leadership; and most recently even simply by being a parent volunteer on a school field trip to the Sharon Audubon Center. While her death is a terrible loss, Cynthia’s memory will inspire the entire Audubon family to pursue greatness in conservation.

Corporations

$1 million+

  • Chevron Corporation
  • Toyota

$100,000–$999,999

  • Entergy
  • The Mosaic Company Foundation and The Mosaic Company
  • The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company
  • Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund and Disney's Animals, Science and Environment

$50,000–$99,999

  • Aveda
  • Bloomberg
  • The Boeing Company
  • Chevron Products Company
  • Citi
  • Consolidated Edison Company of New York Inc.
  • Darden Restaurants Foundation
  • Duke Energy Foundation
  • Ebsco
  • Florida Power & Light Company MeadWestvaco Foundation
  • The Mosaic Company
  • NextEra Energy Foundation

$25,000–$49,999

  • Alcoa Foundation
  • Allen & Company, Inc.
  • Barbara’s Bakery Inc.
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Emerson
  • Fiduciary Trust Company International
  • Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation
  • H-E-B
  • Joel Oppenheimer, Inc. The Natural History Art Gallery
  • Lykes Bros. Inc.
  • MAP Royalty, Inc
  • Mitsubishi Corporation Foundation for the Americas
  • San Antonio Water System
  • Seaworld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund Showa Denko Carbon Inc.
  • Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.
  • UBS AG
  • Wild Birds Unlimited
  • Wilmington Trust

$10,000–$24,999

  • 3M Company
  • Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP
  • Argos, Harleyville
  • Arizona Public Service Co.
  • Barclay's Capital
  • Barron Collier Companies – Katie Sproul
  • CBRE, Inc
  • Corwin Wilson LLC
  • Deutsche Bank International Limited
  • Disney
  • Dominion Foundation
  • DuPont
  • Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
  • Great Rivers Greenway District
  • Honeywell
  • IESI Corporation
  • Imperial Woodpecker, LLC
  • IP Mississippi Charities, LLC
  • Ireland, Stapleton, Pryor & Pascoe, PC
  • Juut Midwest Inc.
  • Limited Brands Foundation
  • Mercy Hospital
  • Mississippi Power Company
  • Missouri American Water Company
  • Mitigation Marketing, LLC – Dennis Benbow
  • Norfolk Southern Foundation
  • Northern Trust Bank
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Pitta & Giblin LLP
  • Plum Creek
  • PPL Services Corporation
  • Recreational Equipment Inc.
  • Relativity Media, LLC
  • Resolution Copper Mining
  • Rockefeller & Co. Inc.
  • SRP
  • San Diego Gas & Electric
  • Strata Resources, Inc.
  • Susquehanna Bancshares, Inc.
  • TerraPointe LLC
  • Time Warner Cable Corporation
  • Two Trees Management
  • Valero Energy Foundation
  • Vermilion Corporation
  • Xcel Energy Foundation

$5,000–$9,999

  • Aveda Institute Des Moines
  • Bank of America Burson-Marsteller
  • CF Industries Inc.
  • Chief Oil & Gas LLC
  • Collier Enterprises
  • Couture Carpets International, Inc.
  • Coyotes Newco, LLC
  • Designworks Wellness Spa
  • EaglePicher
  • Empire District Electric Co.
  • Employees Community Fund of Boeing California
  • Ferman Motor Car Company
  • GBSM, Inc.
  • GE Capital Corporation
  • General Mills Foundation
  • Gilt Groupe Inc.
  • Holcim Inc.
  • IBM International Foundation
  • Intel
  • J.P. Morgan
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Joseph P. Gaudino – Integrated Wellness Systems Inc
  • Kitson & Partners
  • Kohl's
  • Liv Salon & Spa, Inc.
  • Main Street Landing Co
  • Miles-McClellan Construction Co., Inc
  • National Publishers Exchange
  • Navron Corporation
  • Nestle Purina PetCare Company
  • Patagonia, Inc.
  • Phillips 66 – Wood River
  • Robert E. Gallagher Charitable Trust
  • Saul Ewing, LLP
  • TECO Energy
  • Tesoro Companies, Inc.
  • The New York Times Company
  • UBS
  • U.S. Bancorp Foundation
  • Video Corporation of America
  • Webster Bank, N.A.
  • Weetabix of Canada Limited

$2,500–$4,999

  • Ameritas Charitable Foundation
  • Avnet
  • Bass Pro Shops
  • Belle Touche
  • Britco Enterprises, Inc.
  • Camp Brûlé Inc.
  • Camp Denali and North Face Lodge
  • Central Arizona Bank
  • Commerce Bank, NA
  • Construction Industry Council
  • CVM Construction Managers, Inc.
  • Design Data
  • Dialamerica New Sponsor
  • Employees of Duke Energy
  • Environmental Resource Marketing – Sheri Ford Lewin
  • Franklin Templeton Investor Services, LLC Frost
  • GE Foundation
  • Genesis Salon and Enso Spa
  • Grange Insurance Company
  • Groovy Katz Salon
  • Hugh O'Kane Electric Company, Inc.
  • Intel Volunteer Grant Program
  • Jiva Salon
  • Kearney Visitors Bureau Inc.
  • Kentucky American Water Company
  • Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. – 1985 Trust
  • MBS Studios
  • Moore Capital Management, LP
  • National City Bank
  • Oliver's Hair Salon
  • Palm Island Resort
  • Phillips 66
  • Ravi Inc.
  • River Wildlife Studio
  • Salon Ami, Inc.
  • Salon Aria, L.L.C.
  • Salon Envy
  • Salon Vesta & Day Spa, Inc.
  • Serenity Salon
  • The Capital Group Companies Charitable
  • Foundation & The Capital Group Companies Tilcon New York, Inc.
  • Tonic Salon & Day Spa, Inc.
  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc.
  • U.S Chemicals, LLC.
  • UBS
  • Union Bank & Trust Company
  • Walmart Foundation
  • Weddle Gilmore
  • Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
  • Wheelabrator McKay Bay/Waste Management
  • Wolverine World Wide
  • Zenders Inc

$1,000–$2,499

  • All Seasons Wild Bird Store, Inc.
  • American Thrift Store, Inc.
  • Assurity Life Insurance Co.
  • Avant Incorporated
  • Azamara Club Cruises, Celebrity Cruises & Royal Caribbean International
  • Aztlan Athletics, LLC
  • Ballard Spahr LLC
  • Bank of Arizona
  • Bartlett Griffin & Vermilye, Inc.
  • Belle Touche of Morningside, Inc.
  • Best Western Plus Mid Nebraska
  • Blood Tax Service II Inc.
  • BNY Mellon
  • Bonick Landscaping
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
  • Calamus Outfitters, LLC
  • Century Engineering
  • Choice Marketing, LLC
  • City Looks
  • Contempo Styling Salon
  • Contrix/Magazine Agent
  • Corolla Light Community Association, Inc. Covanta Lee, Inc.
  • CRIC LTD
  • Daria de Koning, Inc.
  • David Ogilvy and Associates, Inc.
  • DeSoto Magazine
  • Driscoll Homes Inc.
  • Elle Salon and Spa
  • Encana Oil and Gas, Inc.
  • ExxonMobil Foundation
  • FedEx Corporation
  • Fennell Purifoy Architects
  • Fieldland Investment Co.
  • Florida Energy Pipeline Association
  • The Freddie Mac Foundation
  • Fresh Hair Professionals LLC
  • FXFowle Architects, LLP
  • Gager, Emerson, Rickart, Bower & Scalzo, LLP
  • Gaia, Inc.
  • GE Volunteers Foundation
  • General Contractors Association of
  • New York, Inc.
  • Giuliano & Richardson, LLC
  • Glatfelter
  • Great Neck Executive Office Center Corp. Green Haven Industries
  • Hearthstone Health and Fitness Inc.
  • Hermann Companies Inc.
  • Holiday Inn Kearney, Nebraska
  • Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.
  • HVS Labs/Hobson/Homeovitcs
  • Innovations Salon & Spa
  • J.P. Morgan
  • Jennings, Haug & Cunningham, LLP
  • J'labii Hair Design
  • JMAC Enterprises LLC
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Johnson Group Holdings, LLC
  • Kiewit Southern Co.
  • Lasata Salon & Spa, Inc.
  • Liz Neumark
  • Lou & Co. Hair Studio
  • Lozier
  • Lux Salon Spa
  • Lynch Plastic Surgery, LLC
  • Matt Wayne Salon
  • McArdle's Florist & Garden Center
  • McDonalds Restaurant
  • Merck Partnership for Giving
  • Metropole Realty Advisors, Inc.
  • Mindshare, LLC
  • Mississippi Export Railroad Company
  • Nadia's Salon & Spa
  • New Millennium Salon Studio & Spa Northcentral Mississippi Electric
  • Power Association
  • Northfield Savings Bank
  • Now Hair Inc. DBA Beehive Salon
  • Ocean House
  • On My Mountain, Inc.
  • Onewire Inc.
  • Orion Consultants, Inc.
  • Par Exsalonce Oak Park
  • Par Exsalonce Zona Rosa
  • Paris Foods Corporation
  • Parking Productions
  • Parlour 1887
  • Paulson Communications Strategies
  • Pentax Ricoh Imaging Americas Corp.
  • Performance Seed
  • Pink Jeep Tours
  • Pinnacle Bank
  • Platte Valley State Bank
  • PUBLICATIONS UNLIMITED
  • Pure Natur
  • Quarles & Brady
  • Quest Media LLC
  • Red River Commodities
  • Rejuvenations Inc.
  • Rick Mosley Hair
  • Salon Cheveux
  • Salon de Christie LLC
  • Salon Seven
  • Sanctuary Salonspa – Mall
  • Sanctuary SalonSpa
  • Security Federal Bank
  • S-GO Leasing Co.
  • Show Me the Ozarks Magazine
  • Sodexho
  • Southwest Missouri Bank
  • Starhill Associates Inc.
  • Studio 10 LLC
  • Tall Timbers Research, Inc.
  • Thalle Industries, Inc.
  • Tideline Marine, Inc
  • Triple A Salon
  • TroJen Properties, LLC
  • Union Savings Bank
  • Urbane Salon and Day Spa
  • Uru Khu Salon Spa Tonka Bay
  • WesBanco Trust and Investment Service
  • Wilderness Birding Adventures
  • Wintergreen Advisers, LLC
  • Woodford Feed Company
Foundations

$1 million+

  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
  • S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
  • The Walton Family Foundation

$100,000–$999,999

  • The Bachelor Foundation
  • The Bobolink Foundation
  • The Campion Foundation
  • Cinco Hermanos Fund
  • The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
  • Edward K. Love Conservation Foundation
  • Edwards Mother Earth Foundation
  • The Ellsworth Kelly Foundation
  • The Energy Foundation
  • Eugene McDermott Foundation
  • The Everglades Foundation
  • Explore.org, a direct charitable
  • activity of the Annenberg Foundation
  • Foundation for the Carolinas
  • George B. Storer Foundation
  • Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
  • The Haas Trusts
  • The Huntington Foundation
  • Leo Model Foundation, Inc.
  • Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
  • The Leonard & Evelyn Lauder Foundation
  • The Litman Foundation
  • LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust
  • Lufkin Family Foundation
  • The McKnight Foundation
  • Peter R. and Cynthia K. Kellogg Foundation
  • Phyllis Slick Cowell Revocable Trust
  • The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation
  • The Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • S. Mark Taper Foundation
  • Turner Foundation, Inc.
  • Wilburforce Foundation
  • The William Penn Foundation

$50,000–$99,999

  • Bonefish and Tarpon Trust
  • Boone Family Foundation
  • California Community Foundation
  • Chesapeake Bay Trust
  • Coypu Foundation Trust
  • Dalio Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Doolin Family Foundation
  • The Franklin H. and Ruth L. Wells Foundation
  • Forrest and Frances Lattner Foundation
  • Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
  • Georgiana DeShazer Wildlife Charitable Trust
  • Harold C. Schott Foundation
  • Houston Endowment
  • Jessie Ball duPont Fund
  • Martin Foundation, Inc.
  • The M.L.E. Foundation, Inc.
  • The New York Community Trust
  • The Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Red Wing Area Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation
  • Richard King Mellon Foundation
  • River Branch Foundation
  • Sarah I. Schieffelin Residuary Trust
  • Sarah K. de Coizart Article TENTH Perpetual Char. Trust
  • The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Wyncote Foundation

$25,000–$49,999

  • The Ambrose Monell Foundation
  • Anonymous
  • 444S Foundation
  • All Life Foundation
  • APS Foundation
  • Bank of America Fortress Charity Fund
  • Barbara T. Meech and Robert B.
  • Meech Fund
  • Beatrice Fox Auerbach Foundation
  • Fund
  • Brindle Foundation
  • Brownsville Foundation for Health & Education
  • Carl & Marsha Hewitt Foundation, Inc.
  • The Ceres Foundation, Inc.
  • The CHG Charitable Trust
  • The Cygnet Foundation
  • Dana Brown Charitable Trust
  • The Dirk and Charlene Kabcenell
  • Foundation
  • Elaine Berol Taylor & Scott Bevan
  • Taylor Foundation
  • Ellison Family Foundation
  • The Favrot Fund
  • Florence J. Gillmor Foundation
  • Foundation M
  • Francis Beidler Foundation
  • Gloria & Benjamin Olewine III Trust
  • Goldseker Foundation
  • Grand Victoria Foundation
  • Horizon Foundation, Inc.
  • The Jeniam Foundation
  • John L. Loeb Jr. Foundation
  • Marc Haas Foundation
  • Marshall-Reynolds Foundation
  • Merck Family Fund
  • MJPM Foundation
  • Morgan Family Foundation
  • The New-Land Foundation, Inc.
  • Open Door Foundation
  • Pasadena Community Foundation
  • The Perkins Charitable Foundation
  • Dr. Peter Swift and Diana McCargo Fund
  • Pinellas County Community Foundation –
  • Theodore and Marian Tonne Fund
  • The Prospect Hill Foundation, Inc.
  • Santa Fe Community Foundation
  • Stewart Foundation
  • The Walbridge Fund
  • The William H. Donner Foundation, Inc.
  • Wiancko Charitable Foundation
  • Wolf Creek Charitable Foundation

$10,000–$24,999

  • The Abe & Kathryn Selsky Foundation, Inc.
  • The Abell Foundation, Inc.
  • Adelard A. and Valeda Lea Roy Foundation Anonymous
  • Arizona Community Foundation
  • The Bancroft Foundation
  • The Bank of America Charitable
  • Foundation, Inc.
  • Boston Foundation, Inc.
  • The Brenner Family Foundation
  • The Hal & Diane Brierley Foundation
  • Burnett DAF
  • Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation
  • Chauncey and Marion D. McCormick
  • Family Foundation
  • Chicago Community Foundation
  • The Chingos Foundation
  • Clayton Baker Trust
  • Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
  • The Columbus Foundation – Conservation Fund
  • Community Foundation for the Alleghenies
  • The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven's Quinnipiac River Fund
  • Cooper-Newell Foundation
  • Davis Conservation Foundation
  • Demeter Fund
  • Derald H. Ruttenberg Foundation
  • Dillon Foundation
  • Ebersbach Irrevocable Trust
  • The Edward T. Cone Foundation
  • Elaine and Louis Hecht Fund
  • The Elizabeth Ordway Dunn Foundation Elmina B. Sewall Foundation
  • Farber Foundation
  • Felburn Foundation
  • Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
  • The Fledgling Fund
  • Frederic R. Coudert Foundation
  • The Gay & Lesbian Fund for Dallas
  • Gayden Family Foundation
  • George and Mary Josephine Hamman
  • Foundation
  • Gordon J. Barnett Memorial Foundation
  • The Graham Foundation
  • The Grover Hermann Foundation
  • Harold Simmons Foundation
  • Helen Clay Frick Foundation
  • R. James Macaleer Foundation
  • Jingo Foundation
  • The Johnson-Stillman Family Foundation
  • Julie Morsman Schroeder Foundation
  • Katherine B. Andersen Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation
  • The Keith Campbell Foundation for the Environment, Inc.
  • Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation Kimball Foundation
  • Kinsley Foundation
  • Knight Family Trust
  • Laura and Walter Elcock Family Foundation The Leighty Foundation
  • The Leon Levy Foundation
  • The Lothmann Family Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation
  • Louis Wolfson, III – Wolfson Family
  • Philanthropic Fund
  • Lucy D. Nisbet Charitable Fund
  • McKelvy Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Metcalfe Charitable Fund
  • The Mike & Mary Terry Family Foundation
  • Mills Bee Lane Memorial Foundation
  • The Minneapolis Foundation
  • The New York Community Trust
  • The Optima Charitable Foundation
  • Overhills Foundation
  • PNM Foundation
  • The Rayonier Foundation
  • Razoo Foundation
  • Richard C. & Susan B. Ernst Foundation
  • Richard Hampton Jenrette Foundation
  • Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc.
  • Rogers Foundation
  • The Ruth and Robert St. John Foundation, Inc.
  • Scott Wilson and Andrea de Cholnoky Charitable Fund
  • The Sunshine Fund - Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund
  • T & E, Inc.
  • Trickledown Trust
  • The Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
  • Vetter Foundation
  • The VIDDA Foundation
  • Wallace Genetic Foundation
  • Walter & Phyllis Borten Foundation
  • Wellborn Ecology Fund
  • Wyncote Foundation NW at The Seattle Foundation

$5,000–$9,999

  • The 1830 Family Foundation
  • Albuquerque Community Foundation
  • Alex & Agnes O. McIntosh Foundation
  • American Eagle Foundation
  • Anonymous
  • The Applewood Fund at the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County
  • Arizona Community Foundation
  • Arkansas Community Foundation
  • A.W. Anderson Foundation
  • Bacot/McCarty Foundation
  • Baltimore Community Foundation
  • Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund
  • Belvedere Community Foundation
  • Blue Sky Foundation
  • The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation in honor of Phil Swan
  • Charlotte Martin Foundation
  • Claneil Foundation, Inc.
  • The Clinton H. & Wilma T. Shattuck
  • Charitable Trust
  • Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina
  • Community Foundation of Greater Memphis
  • Cooper Foundation
  • David Winton Bell Foundation
  • The Daniel K. Thorne Foundation, Inc.
  • DeLaCour Family Foundation
  • Delaware Community Foundation
  • DeLuca Family Foundation
  • Deupree Family Foundation
  • The Donald B. and Dorothy L.
  • Stabler Foundation
  • The Donald Weesner Foundation
  • D.V. & Ida J. McEachern Foundation
  • Earl C. Sams Foundation, Inc.
  • Elizabeth Wakeman Henderson
  • Charitable Foundation
  • ePluribus Fund
  • Fay L. and William L. Cowden Charitable
  • Trust
  • Fennell Family Endowment of the
  • Coastal Community Foundation First
  • Cornerstone Foundation Inc.
  • Florence Boyer Foundation
  • The Foundation for Enhancing
  • Communities
  • Frank M. Ewing Foundation Inc.
  • The Frederick W. Richmond Foundation
  • The French Foundation
  • Genevieve and Ward Orsinger Foundation George & Mary Corkle Charitable Foundation Goldring Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Helen and Ritter Shumway Foundation
  • The Horizon Foundation
  • Island Foundation Inc.
  • J. A. Woollam Foundation
  • Jane Smith Turner Foundation
  • Jean, Mildred & Jack Lemons Charitable Trust
  • Jewish Communal Fund
  • The Joanne & John DallePezze
  • Foundation
  • John B. and Dareth Gerlach Foundation
  • John C. Bock Foundation
  • John W. and Claribel K. Chapman
  • Family Fund
  • Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Trust
  • The Lamont Family Fund
  • The Laurie David Foundation, Inc.
  • Lincoln Community Foundation
  • Lintilhac Foundation
  • The Little Family Foundation
  • Malcolm C. Damuth Foundation
  • Malcolm Gordon Charitable Trust
  • Margaret W. Reed Foundation
  • Mark Family Fund
  • The Mary Ann and Lawrence Tucker
  • Foundation
  • MCJ Amelior Foundation
  • Merrill G. & Emita E. Hastings Foundation–
  • Ms. Lisa Peterfreund
  • Miller-Worley Foundation
  • MPS Foundation – Joanne Arbaugh
  • The Nancy Ruth Fund
  • Nebraska Community Foundation
  • Negaunee Foundation Ltd.
  • New York Community Trust
  • Newell B. Sargent Foundation
  • Niagara County Environmental Fund
  • Olive Higgins Prouty Foundation
  • Olivieri Johnston Family Foundation
  • Otto Haas Charitable Trusts
  • The Paul G. Duke Foundation, Inc
  • PNC Foundation
  • Red Green Blue Fund of the Liberty Hill
  • Foundation
  • The Ripple Foundation
  • RJM Foundation
  • Robert M. & Helen A. Ritchie Charitable
  • Foundation
  • Robert W. Johnson IV Charitable Trust
  • R.T. Vanderbilt Trust
  • Rubendall Foundation Charitable Trust
  • San Antonio Area Foundation
  • The Schwartz Family Foundation
  • Season for Sharing/Gannett Foundation
  • Shana Alexander Charitable Foundation
  • The Siegal Family Fund
  • The Skaggs Foundation
  • Stephen and Susan Mandel, Jr: Fund
  • Steve and Martha Hixon Family Foundation Surdna Foundation, Inc.
  • The Susan Finkelstein Charitable Trust
  • Theodore Cross Family Charitable Foundation
  • Thunderbirds Charities
  • The Tim and Karen Hixon Foundation
  • Titus Foundation
  • The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust
  • Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
  • V.H. McNutt Memorial Foundation
  • Wilson B. Reynolds and Juanita E.
  • Reynolds Fund
  • The Windham Foundation, Inc.
  • The Wrage Foundation
  • Yablon Family Foundation
  • Stanley J. Zamo and Mildred L. Zamo
  • Charitable Trust

$2,500–$4,999

  • The Abercrombie Foundation
  • Agua Fund, Inc.
  • Alpin W. Cameron Memorial Trust
  • Angel Foundation
  • Arizona Community Foundation
  • Aspen Business Center Foundation
  • Austin Community Foundation
  • The Barr Foundation, Inc.
  • The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • The Boston Foundation
  • The Gracey Luckett Bradley Charitable
  • Lead Unitrust
  • The Gilbert & Ildiko Butler Conservation
  • Fund, Inc
  • CAA Foundation
  • Camp Fire Conservation Fund
  • Charity Ball Association of San Antonio, Inc.
  • The Chicago Community Foundation
  • Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation
  • The Communities Foundation of Texas
  • The Critelli Family Foundation
  • Daniel P. and Nancy C. Paduano Family
  • Foundation
  • Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation
  • Donlan Foundation
  • The Easter Foundation
  • Environmental Fund for Arizona
  • Fidelity Charitable - L. Scott Frantz Fund
  • The Fieldstone Foundation, Inc.
  • Frank and Brinna Sands Foundation
  • The Franklin Fund
  • Freeman R. Johnson Charitable Trust
  • The Goergen Foundation, Inc.
  • Greater Houston Community Foundation
  • The Haddock Family Foundation
  • Herbert and Marian Weston Foundation
  • The Howard L. Storch Fund of the Seattle Foundation
  • Hughes Charitable Trust
  • The John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Foundation
  • Dr. Joseph J. Lawrence Trust
  • The Kurt Berliner Foundation
  • Lannan Foundation
  • Legg Mason Charitable Foundation
  • Leghorn Fund at Alaska Conservation
  • Foundation
  • Maki Foundation
  • Marjory S. Seinsoth Fund of the Indian
  • River Community
  • Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global
  • Impact Funding Trust
  • MRYC Foundation
  • Nautilus Foundation, Inc.
  • The Newton Fund of the Comunity
  • Foundation of Central Florida
  • Orton Foundation, LLC
  • Pamela Kohlberg Fund
  • Pinellas County Community Foundation -
  • William P. Bushnell Fund
  • Post and Courier Foundation
  • The Reed Foundation
  • The Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation
  • The Robert Stephens Nonendowed Donor-Advised Fund at Community Foundation Santa Cruz County
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • The Robins Island Foundation
  • The Rockefeller Foundation
  • Schwab Charitable Fund
  • The Seattle Foundation
  • The Sibley-Saltonstall Charitable Foundation
  • South Texas Hispanic Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation
  • Spellissy Foundation
  • Still Waters Fund
  • Swimmer Family Foundation
  • Swordspoint Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Foundation

$1,000–$2,499

  • Abby & George O'Neill Trust
  • Adele & Leonard Block Foundation, Inc. Adirondack Community Trust - Arquit
  • Family Fund
  • America's Charities
  • Anderson Family Foundation
  • Andrew Porter Foundation
  • Anthony Schmidt Family Foundation
  • Arctica & Abbey Foundation
  • Arizona Community Foundation
  • Atticus Trust
  • Audrey and Henry Levin Fund
  • Avalon Trust
  • The Barrington Foundation, Inc.
  • Barker Welfare Foundation
  • Bauer Family Foundation Inc.
  • Beavertides Foundation
  • Benua Foundation Field of Interest Fund
  • Bessemer Trust
  • BF Foundation
  • The Bond Foundation, Inc.
  • Brian and Cynthia Scanlan Charitable Gift
  • Account
  • California Community Foundation
  • The Campbell Family Foundation
  • Carol Colman Timmis Foundation
  • Carolyn Foundation
  • Carpenter Family Fund
  • Caryll M. and Norman F. Sprague Jr.
  • Foundation
  • Cele H & William B Rubin Family Fund CGMK Foundation
  • The Cirila Fund
  • Clara L. D. Jeffery Charitable Trust
  • Close Friend Foundation
  • Coleman Foundation
  • The Columbus Foundation
  • Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga
  • The Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut
  • Community Foundation of North Texas
  • Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
  • Connecticut Community Foundation
  • The Corwith Fund
  • Cotswold Foundation
  • The Dallas Foundation-Mayor's Intern
  • Fellows Program
  • Dalton Family Foundation
  • The Darrell Harvey Family Foundation, Inc. The Dickson Family Gift Fund
  • Dobson Foundation
  • Dock Street Foundation
  • The Edward E. & Lillian Bishop Foundation Drs. Edwin and Dorothy Sved Charitable
  • Gift Fund
  • Elinor Beidler Siklossy Foundation
  • Eliot & Ann Weathers Charitable Trust
  • Elmer L. and Eleanor J. Andersen Foundation
  • The Endurance Fund
  • Fargo Moorhead Area Foundation
  • Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
  • Fiduciary Trust
  • Frank and Terry Foster Family Fund
  • Fred E. Pittman Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation
  • Fund of Coastal Community Foundation of SC
  • The Garrett and Mary Moran Family Foundation
  • Gerrish H. Milliken Foundation
  • Golden Family Foundation
  • Graham Challenge Fund
  • Great Island Foundation
  • GR's Foundation
  • Guillaro Family Charitable Foundation
  • The Hallingby Family Foundation
  • Harold L. Wyman Foundation, Inc.
  • The Dr. and Mrs. Harry J. Free Giving Priorities Fund of the National Christian Foundation
  • Tampa Bay
  • The Howard Bayne Fund
  • The Howard Johnson Foundation
  • Thomas C. Hays & Mary Ann Hays Family Foundation
  • Hennings-Fischer Foundation
  • Horace C. Cabe Foundation
  • Hufty Foundation
  • The Ireland Randall Fund
  • The Jacob and Terese Hershey
  • Foundation
  • Mr. James Walsh
  • Janet Stone Jones Foundation
  • Joan Coulter Pittman Fund of the Coastal
  • Community Foundation
  • The John S. & Amy S. Weinberg Foundation John Winthrop Fund of the Coastal
  • Community Foundation in Memory of
  • Adrianne B. Reilly
  • Joy Spiva Cragin Charitable Trust
  • The Joseph & Felicia Weber Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Judith L. Biggs Fund
  • Julian Price Family Foundation
  • Kaleidoscope Foundation
  • Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Family Fund
  • Kinder Porter Scott Family Foundation
  • The Kingfisher Fund at The Seattle
  • Foundation
  • The Kneisel Foundation
  • Kongsgaard-Goldman Foundation
  • The Krusos Foundation Inc.
  • L.P. Brown Foundation
  • Lamando Family Foundation
  • Leland Foundation
  • Linda and Harold J. Kushner
  • Charitable Trust
  • The Lois Chiles Foundation Lostand Foundation
  • Louis N. Cassett Foundation
  • Marin Community Foundation
  • The Matheson Family Trust
  • The Melinda and William J. Vanden
  • Heuvel Foundation
  • Meredith Corporation Foundation
  • Michael Barbera and Deedy Family Fund at the Northern New York Community Foundation
  • Mike and Colleen Fearney Fund within
  • the Community Foundation of Greater
  • Lakeland
  • Montgomery County Foundation
  • Mosby Lincoln Foundation
  • The Mountaineers Foundation
  • Munro Foundation
  • National Environmental Education
  • Foundation
  • National Philanthropic Trust
  • Neis Family Foundation
  • The Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc.
  • Oakland Foundation, Inc.
  • Omaha Community Foundation
  • Oppenheimer Environmental Fund
  • The Osprey Foundation
  • The Peckham Family Foundation
  • Peed Foundation
  • The Peninsula Charities Foundation II
  • The Pettus Family Charitable Foundation
  • Peters Family Art Foundation
  • Phil & Cassy Ordway Nushka Fund
  • Phoebe R. and John D. Lewis Foundation
  • Potter/Perryman Family Fund
  • Purple Lady/Barbara J. Meislin Fund of the Marin Community Foundation
  • Rattray Kimura Foundation
  • The Ravenal Foundation
  • Raymond Family Foundation
  • Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund
  • Richard A. and Pamela S. Swingle
  • Charitable Fund
  • Riverledge Foundation LTD
  • Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation
  • Robert E. Hansen Family Foundation
  • Robins Island Foundation, LLC
  • Rochester Area Community Foundation
  • The Rosewood Foundation
  • The S. and T. McCarthy Foundation
  • Salado Creek Foundation
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • The Shumway Foundation
  • The Simmons Family Foundation Inc.
  • The Starck Foundation
  • The Steinberg Family Fund Inc.
  • The T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving
  • The Terra Foundation Inc.
  • The Tides Foundation
  • Tiger Baron Foundation, Inc.
  • Vanderpoel Conservation Foundation
  • Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
  • Venable Foundation Inc
  • The Von Der Heyden Family Foundation
  • Weintraub Family Foundation Advised Fund at the Seattle Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign
  • WestWind Foundation
  • Wilbur S. Smith & Stephanie E. Smith
  • Phillips Foundation
  • William C. and Joyce C. O'Neil Charitable Trust
  • The Winifred and Harry B. Allen Foundation
  • Wyoming Community Foundation
Other Conservation Partners

$100,000–$999,999

  • Birdlife International
  • City of Cedar Hill
  • City of Dallas – Park & Recreation Department
  • Rio Tinto Group

$50,000–$99,999

  • Audubon of the Western Everglades
  • City of Joplin
  • Friends of Hog Island
  • Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District

$25,000–$49,999

  • Chesapeake Audubon Society
  • The Conservation Fund
  • Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community The Town Creek Foundation and the
  • Conservation Fund

$10,000–$24,999

  • Colby College
  • Ed Helper
  • Maverick Capital Charities
  • Middlebury College
  • Minnesota Ornithologists' Union
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Natural Lands Trust
  • New York State Laborers and Education Trust Open Space Institute
  • Prouts Neck Audubon Society
  • Sierra Club
  • State of Vermont

$5,000–$9,999

  • Audubon Society of Central Maryland
  • Audubon Society of New Hampshire
  • Bellefontaine Cemetery Association
  • Birdnote Radio Series
  • Cape Fear Garden Club
  • Columbus Audubon
  • Faith in Place
  • Founders Garden Club of Dallas Friends of the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
  • Green Mountain Audubon Society
  • Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  • International Union of Operating Engineers 825
  • International Union Operating Engineers 94
  • Kay Lee Family Limited Partnership
  • Missouri Parks Association
  • Mitchell Lake Wetlands Society, Inc.
  • Murie Audubon Society
  • Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Ocean Reef Conservation Association
  • Putnam Highlands Audubon Society
  • Southern California Development Forum
  • The Government of Canada
  • Valley of the Sun United Way
  • Visit Sarasota County

$2,500–$4,999

  • Anonymous
  • The Arizona Lottery
  • Black Hills Audubon Society
  • Buckley Hills Audubon Society
  • California Rice Commission
  • Chicago Wilderness Trust
  • Detroit Audubon Society
  • Environmental Fund for Pennsylvania Everwild Media - Katherine R. Carpenter Friends of the Montezuma Wetlands
  • Complex, Inc.
  • Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association
  • HP Employee Charitable Giving Program
  • International Union of Operating
  • Engineers Local Union 15, 15A, 15C and 15D Magnificent Missouri
  • Naples Orchid Society
  • National Community Services-Reading
  • at Home
  • Pick. Click. Give.
  • Red River Watershed Management Board
  • Sea & Sage Audubon Society
  • Spokane Audubon Society
  • SRP
  • State of North Carolina Wildlife Resources
  • Commission
  • United Way of Larimer County Inc.
  • Wachiska Audubon Society

$1,000–$2,499

  • Aiken Ladies Aside
  • Alaska SeaLife Center
  • Arkansas Audubon Society
  • Audubon Chapter of Minneapolis
  • Bexar Audubon Society, Inc.
  • California Land Conservancy
  • Central Florida Stamp Club
  • City of San Antonio
  • Combined Fund Drive Washington State Docent at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center DonorsChoose
  • Duval Audubon Society
  • Eagle Audubon Society
  • East Brunswick Youth Council
  • Eastside Audubon Society
  • Friends of Carpenter's Brook Fish Hatchery Friends of City Park
  • Garden Club of Orange & Dutchess Counties Golden Triangle Audubon Society
  • Green Berkshires, Inc.
  • Greenwich Garden Club
  • The Greenwich Riding and Trails Association,
  • Inc.
  • Halifax River Audubon
  • Hermitage School District
  • Holly Springs Tourism & Recreation
  • Bureau
  • Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon Society
  • Independent Charities of America
  • International Crane Foundation
  • International Monetary Fund
  • JHS Class of 1992 Reunion
  • JMS Enterprise LLC
  • Kayak for a Cause
  • Kearney Noon Rotary Club
  • Kitsap Audubon Society
  • Laguna Hills Audubon Society
  • Lake Point Restoration - Jud Laird
  • Litchfield Hills Audubon Society
  • Maitland Women's Club
  • Michigan Hospice & Palliative Care
  • Organization
  • Minnesota River Valley Audubon Chapter
  • Central New Mexico Audubon Society
  • New Mexico Audubon Council
  • Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society
  • Otter Creek Audubon Society
  • Outlaws Unlimited
  • Project Storm Relief Inc.
  • Rainier Audubon Society
  • Saint Paul Audubon Society
  • Sarasota Audubon Society
  • Science Education Center
  • Sierra Sage of South Orange County
  • South Florida Water Management District
  • Stetson University in honor of Clay Henderson
  • Studio Outside
  • Tampa Audubon Society
  • Valley Forge Audubon Society
  • Vancouver Audubon Society
  • Vashon-Maury Island Audubon Society
  • Village of Denton
  • Whidbey Audubon Society
  • Wildlife Foundation of Florida
  • Yakima Valley Audubon Society
  • York County Audubon Society
Major Birdathons
  • Audubon Society of Forsyth County
  • Susan Albert
  • Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Ashforth
  • Marsilia Boyle
  • Central New Mexico Audubon Society
  • Ms. Erin M. Crotty
  • Mr. David Curson
  • Mr. & Mrs. Danziger
  • Mr. Melander-Dayton
  • Margot P. Ernst
  • Mr. Steven A. Ferrari
  • Mr. Calvin R. Finch
  • Golden Triangle Audubon Society
  • Ms. Sarah Jeffords
  • Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. King
  • Marianne Korosy
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Lumpe
  • Mr. Michelson
  • Mr. Eric Myers
  • Mr. Donal C. O`Brien
  • Mr. and Mrs. David H. Pardoe
  • Mrs. Ann Paul
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bayard D. Rea
  • Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn
  • Mr. and Ms. Jim Shallow
  • Mrs. Virginia K. Stowe
  • Ms. Jacqueline A. Sulek
  • Mr. and Mrs. Vennema
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson
  • Mary Jean & David Yon
Grinnell Legacy Society
  • Anonymous (106)
  • Madeline Ackley
  • Alexander D. Adams
  • Charlotte Adelman and Bernard
  • Schwartz
  • Andrew Alper
  • Joseph T. Ambrozy
  • Dr. Carlos Araoz
  • Mary Lee Archer
  • Bruce Arnhold
  • Lionel Arnold
  • Deirdre and William Arntz
  • Judy S. Axe
  • Fritz and Ginger Bachem
  • David J. Baden
  • Walter T. Bagley
  • Sarah W. Bailey
  • Susan and David Baker
  • Bianca Barbone and John Machemer
  • Patricia A. Barker
  • Stephanie Barko
  • Barbara Bateman
  • Margye Baumgardner
  • Daniel Baumol and Sabrina Lee
  • Steven H. Beck
  • Molly Becker
  • Bethany A. Beckman
  • Kathleen L. Bennett
  • Ann and Walter Benton
  • Betty Berens
  • Howard and Dorothy Berger
  • Ms. Anissa Berry-Frick
  • Ms. Maria Biasetto
  • Jerry Bidwell
  • John C. Bierwirth
  • Diana and Richard Blair
  • Ms. Frances E. Blaisdell
  • Betty Blumenkamp
  • Billie Blytmann
  • Richard and Nancy Bohnet
  • H. Abigail Bok
  • Maureen Bonness
  • William and Beatrice Booth
  • Barbara F. Borthwick
  • William C. Bowden
  • Timothy D. Bowman
  • Whitney Bradley
  • Ms. Patricia D. Brent
  • Coralie Brown
  • D. Patricia Brown
  • Helen J. Brown
  • Ms. Jacqueline Brown
  • Jack and Bernice Burns
  • Mrs. Mary Lou Butler
  • Virginia Cadbury
  • Andrew and Lindsey Cadot
  • Geraldine Cammisa
  • Sam K. Campana
  • Bel Campbell
  • Pauline Campbell
  • B. J. Carol
  • John Carson
  • Daniel E. Castner
  • Michael McLean and Collette Castro
  • Elizabeth C. Cauley
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Cederholm
  • Betty Chaffin
  • June Chastain
  • Clare Chervenak
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  • Michael Jay Chusmir
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  • Morris M. Clark
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  • Dave Conley
  • Dr. H. Paul Cooler
  • Mildred E. Cooley
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  • Betty L. Cooper
  • Diane J. Cooper
  • Marcel Corbat
  • Patricia Ann Cornelius
  • Mr. Bruce Cornish
  • Pat Creeden
  • Mary Croll
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  • Ella May Dahlberg
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  • Mary C. Davidson
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  • David and Merleen Devine
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  • Mrs. Robert Donnelly
  • R. Stephen Dorsey
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  • Bette-Burr Fenley
  • Sandra Fiebelkorn
  • Louis Fiorentino
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  • Lisa Fischer
  • Helen Fisher
  • Harvey M. Fishman
  • Dorothy G. Fitzpatrick
  • John Flicker
  • Robert W. Flint
  • Samuel and Judith Florman
  • Gunther S. Fonken and Agnes Hughes
  • George J. and Jane D. Forbes
  • William and Betty Foulk
  • Stephen Fox
  • Barbara Fraser
  • Thomas James Freehill
  • Katherine F. Freston
  • Mr. Jerome Kendrick Full
  • Genevieve S. Funk
  • Mr. and Mrs. George A. Furness, Jr.
  • Lena Gallitano
  • Margaret Garabrant
  • Nancy and Ron Garret
  • Wendy Garrison
  • Garry George
  • Ms. Gail M. Getz
  • Allen Gibbs
  • Aubrey W. Gibson
  • Ken and Rhonda Gilliland
  • Mrs. Thelma T. Gilmur
  • Dr. Edwin Glass
  • Susan Gobel
  • Doris P. Goff
  • Charles I. Goodman
  • Nancy H. Goody
  • Nancy B. and Roger B. Gorham
  • Louise Gorin
  • Eleanor M. Gould
  • Ross and Maiya Gralia
  • Garry S. Grayson
  • Julia Gregory
  • Janet Gremli
  • Thomas M. Griffing
  • Leslie Grimes
  • Tom Grismer
  • Richard Grube
  • Jon Gurnee
  • Nancy L. Gutreuter
  • George and Joann Hagen
  • David and Nancy Hall
  • Melissa J. Hamilton
  • Dawn Handschuh
  • Mr. and Mrs. H. Scott Hankla
  • Harvey A. Hansen
  • Virginia Arnold Hansen
  • Will and Susan Harbaugh
  • John and Eleanor Harding
  • Charles H. Hardy
  • Mr. David Hardy
  • Nancy M. Harlan
  • Ms. Eleonora Harmacek
  • Pollyanna Harmon
  • Deyea and Jack Harper
  • Timothy K. and Lorraine C. Hartley
  • Margaret Hatchard
  • Mr. and Mrs. B. Hauseknecht
  • S.G. Hawkins
  • CleoBell Heiple-Tice
  • Marian Heiskell
  • Camille Helminski
  • Jaynee Hemmingsen
  • Mabel Hempstead
  • Frederick B. Hendricks, M.D.
  • Thomas Henneforth
  • Esther L. Herbert
  • Carolyn Hermes
  • William E. Herron Jr.
  • Terry Hershey
  • Gary and Joan Heymann
  • Mary Lou Hill
  • Nelda and Conrad Hinckley
  • James W. Hinds
  • Peter Hoff
  • Dale and Rose Hoffman
  • Edith M. Hoffman
  • Jean Rogers Holt
  • Kathleen Homa
  • Mr. Philip Huey
  • J. Edward and Marilyn Hunter
  • Drs. Robert H. and Louise H. Hutchinson
  • Salvador Acosta and Suzanne Hutchinson
  • Col. Steven E. and Mrs. Charlotte A. Icardi
  • Tom and Patsy Inglet
  • Morris Isaacs
  • Inge Jaklin
  • Miss Sharon M. Jakobi
  • Phillip D. Janney
  • Bud and Sarah Jenkins
  • Mr. Vern Jensen
  • Elsbeth S. Johnson
  • Mr. Thomas S. Johnson
  • Ms. Patricia Johnson
  • Richard Johnson
  • Louise and Don C. Johnston
  • Ms. Barbara B. Jones
  • Jeannie L. Jorgensen
  • Mida Kaelin
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  • Leonard and Sonya Kamsky
  • Joann Karges
  • Lucille and Theodore Kaufman
  • Ms. Marcia Keimer
  • Ellsworth H. Kendig, Jr.
  • Olga E. Kennedy
  • Ruth Kiefer
  • Janet Kiely
  • Wilfred Kimball
  • Warren King
  • Mary S. Kingsbery
  • William Kirchner
  • Barbara Kitchens
  • Paul C. Klahr
  • La Verne M. and William M. Knarr
  • Alice Knight
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  • Milton C. and Catherine Koenig
  • Nancy Konkol
  • Lenore and Eugene Kosso
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  • Rick and Sandy Krause
  • Stephen Kresge
  • Stephen Kress
  • Barbara and Paul Krieger
  • Florence Krinsky
  • Evelyn Kritchevsky
  • David Kurdeka
  • Ms. Barbara Kyse
  • Nick J. Labedz
  • Dorothea LaBelle
  • Durga Lagemann
  • Cynthia M. Lancaster
  • Mary Ann Rao Lancaster
  • Carol and Alfred Landess
  • John S. Lane
  • Ms. Carol D. Lane
  • Robert Latham
  • Betty Lawless
  • Don Lawless
  • David S. Lawrence
  • William G. Lawrence
  • Ruth S. Lawson
  • Susan Lederer
  • Edgar and Elisabeth Lehman
  • Chuck Lennox
  • Thea Leslie in Memory of Roger Leslie
  • Dr. Paul Letourneau
  • Audrey L. Levine
  • Stan and Tochia Levine
  • Robert Lewis
  • Dr. William Z. Lidicker
  • Cathie and Hans Liebl
  • Bill and Jackie Light
  • Phyllis Lindley, in Memory of Sue M. Lindley Daniel Linhardt and Cecilia Clark
  • Brenda Bailey and G. William Little, Jr.
  • Joan P. Llewellyn
  • Dr. Ruth Lofgren
  • Ruby D. Long
  • Patricia Lopez
  • Jay Lorch
  • Warren Lowe
  • Linda Lowenstine
  • Pamela Lowry and Allen Rozelle
  • Annalee and Tom Luhman
  • Donald Lundberg
  • Christopher Lydon
  • Dr. and Mrs. W.A. Lyons
  • Travis MacClendon
  • Brad W. Mack
  • Joan Madrid
  • James R. and Dianne D. Mahaffey
  • Sally Malone
  • Maxine Mandell
  • Beatrice Mangin
  • Ms. Janet A. Mangini
  • Mr. Phillip Manning
  • Bonnie H. Marsh
  • Jim and Mary Ellen Martin
  • Robert and Patricia Martin
  • James E. Masterson
  • Arthur M. Matthews
  • Carol Ann May
  • Charlotte Mayerson
  • Edmund E. McCann
  • Joyce E. McClintock
  • E. McClure and F. Peterschmidt
  • Elaine McCoach
  • Ann and Brian P. McDonald
  • Virginia McKinney
  • Mrs. William L. McLean III
  • Lisa Meacham
  • Helen E. Mead
  • Mary M. Means
  • Gail Meltzer
  • Dolores Merrill
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  • Constance Miller
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  • Joseph F. Miller, Jr.
  • Larry D. Miller
  • Pauline Miller
  • Dr. Marcia Ann Mims-Coppertino
  • Mrs. James L. Modini
  • Jean L. Moeckel
  • Wayne and Holly Mones
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  • Irene Mostek
  • Phyllis Mount
  • Ford W. Swanson and Mary Louise
  • Muessel
  • Marcie Waterman Murray
  • Nancy J. Myers
  • Ms. Gloria A. Nelson
  • Dr. Polly G. Nicely
  • John C. and Joyce Nicholas
  • C. Walter Nichols III
  • Ellen N. Nichols
  • Jan Nichols
  • Margery A. Nicolson, PhD
  • Sherrill Nolder
  • Arthur Norcross
  • Richard E. Norris
  • Jill North
  • Robert and Keena Northrop
  • Edward W. and Nancy B. Norton
  • Kathleen K. O'Brien
  • Mrs. Charlotte R. Odell
  • Rucie Earl Odom
  • Martha H. Oehler
  • Ms. Jacqueline L. Okorie
  • Mr. Benjamin Olewine IV
  • Glenn and Devon Olson
  • Oliver H. Orr, Jr.
  • Anne Pell Osborn
  • Frederick Osborn, III
  • Ms. Lynn Owen
  • Rae Ann Owens
  • Sarah R. Packard
  • Dr. Herbert R. Padgett
  • Ruth W. Page
  • Gary and Jane Palmer
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  • Helen M. Parker
  • James Parnell
  • Bill Partington
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  • Edgar Peara
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  • Joanne K. Perloff
  • Norman and Dadie Perlov
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  • Sharen Perry
  • Larry Peterson
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  • Isabelle Peterson
  • James M. Peterson
  • Judith A. Peterson
  • Roger S. Peterson
  • Marie Petuh
  • Regina Phelps
  • Elisabeth Phillips
  • Lewis Picher
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  • George W. Pitcher
  • Beatriz Portela
  • Richard L. and Marie Powell
  • Mr. Richard Quigley
  • Dr. Carolyn S. Quinn
  • Dr. Virginia Raad
  • Madalyn Ramert
  • Harold and Dorothy Raymond
  • Bayard D. and Elizabeth Rea
  • Janice Reed
  • Katherine Reed
  • Andrew Reeves Ph.D.
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  • Elizabeth Reiter
  • Mr. Craig Repasz
  • Marya Repko
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  • Hildegard A. Rexing
  • Deborah Reynolds
  • John and Helga Reynolds
  • William and Helen Richardson
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  • Dr. Chandler S. Robbins
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  • Laura A. Rogers
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  • Richard W. Ross
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  • Kenneth Rosvold
  • Al Rothenbach and Toni Wujek
  • Ms. Nancy G. Ryder
  • Larry D. Sall, Ph.D.
  • Joan S. Samara
  • Jerry Sass
  • Shirley F. Scafetta
  • Harold Schessler
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  • Barbara Schoenberg
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  • William Shepherd
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  • Ms. Joan Silver
  • Mr. David Slobodin
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  • Jan Smith
  • Karen Smith
  • Madeleine Sone
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  • Karen L. Spurgat
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  • Joseph F. Waldner
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  • Ruth S. Walker
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  • Jean B. Wattley
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  • Lawrence P. Wedeen
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  • Dr. Eugene E. Weir
  • E. Judson Weller
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  • Julia Wernicke
  • Janet Westbrook
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  • Col. Vernon Wickman USAF Ret.
  • Linda A. and Steven A. Wigler
  • Dr. L. Polk Williams Jr.
  • Mrs. Mercedes Williams
  • Jan Wilson
  • Sigrid Wimberly
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  • Mr. and Mrs. John Winthrop
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  • Sue Ann Wolff
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  • Lenaire and Edward Wright
  • Carl and Mary Ida Yost
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  • Beverly Zimmer
  • Cynthia Austin Zimmerman
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  • Frank and Jane Zuern
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  • Donald Raymond Anderson
  • Paul E. and Idamary Andre
  • Alice Bacon
  • Robert E. Baines
  • Karl H. and Ruth M. Balz
  • Dorothy V. Bangert
  • Grace S. Bartram
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  • Sara Betty Berenson
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  • Russ R. Bouton, Jr.
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  • Adele Marie Bryan
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  • Thais Cohrone
  • Melisande Congdon-Doyle
  • Dorothy D. Conkey
  • Ruth Emerson Cooke
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  • Harry C. Creutzburg in memory of Carol McCutcheon Creutzberg
  • Dr. Frederick S. Cross and Priscilla B. Cross
  • Ella May Dahlberg
  • Thomas Michael Dannenfelser
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  • Mildred Y. Dickinson
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  • Fay Doris Fairchild
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  • Virginia Landwer
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  • Dr. Jonathan L. Wilson
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  • Charitable Foundation
  • Caterpillar Foundation Inc.
  • Charles Schwab Foundation
  • Chevron
  • Chief Oil & Gas LLC
  • Chubb & Son Inc.
  • The Clorox Company Foundation
  • CNA Foundation
  • Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc.
  • Community Shares of Minnesota
  • Computer Associates International, Inc.
  • ConocoPhillips Company
  • Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank Dominion Foundation Matching Gift
  • Program
  • Edison International
  • Ericsson Inc.
  • ExxonMobil Foundation
  • First Data Corp
  • FM Global Foundation
  • Follett Corporation
  • The Ford Foundation
  • Frank Russell Company
  • The Freddie Mac Foundation
  • Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation
  • Freescale Employee Giving Campaign
  • Gap Foundation
  • GE Foundation
  • GE Volunteers Foundation
  • General Mills Foundation
  • General Reinsurance Co
  • Genworth Foundation
  • GlaxoSmithKline Foundation
  • Global Impact
  • Goodrich Foundation
  • Google
  • The Grainger Matching Charitable Gifts
  • Program
  • Home Depot Foundation
  • IBM Matching Gifts Program
  • ING Foundation
  • International Monetary Fund
  • ITW Foundation
  • J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation
  • Jean R. Runge Revoc. Trust
  • John Hancock Financial Services, Inc.
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Kauffman Foundation Matching Gifts
  • Program
  • Ketron Financial
  • KeyBank Foundation
  • Kirkland & Ellis Foundation
  • Macquarie Group Foundation
  • Macy's Foundation Matching Gifts
  • Markem Corporation
  • Masco Corporation
  • The McGraw-Hill Companies
  • McKesson Foundation
  • The McKnight Foundation
  • Merck Partnership for Giving
  • Merjent, Inc.
  • Microsoft Matching Gift Program
  • Mineral Technologies
  • Monsanto Fund
  • The Motorola Solutions Foundation
  • Murphy Oil Corporation
  • National Grid
  • Neon Liberty Capital Management
  • New York Life - Giving Campaign
  • Norfolk Southern Foundation
  • Nuveen Investments Holdings
  • Odyssey Reinsurance Company
  • Patagonia, Inc.
  • Pepsico Foundation Inc.
  • The Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts
  • PG&E Matching Gifts Progra
  • Phillips 66
  • Pitney Bowes
  • PJM Interconnection
  • PPG
  • Progressive Insurance Foundation
  • The Prudential Foundation Matching
  • R.U.S.A. Matching Gift Program
  • RealNetworks Foundation
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • The Rockefeller Foundation
  • Salesforce.Com Foundation
  • Shell Oil Company
  • Siemens Caring Hands Giving Campaign
  • Springleaf Finance Foundation Inc.
  • Sprint Foundation
  • State Street Bank
  • Subaru of America Foundation, Inc. Swordspoint Foundation
  • Symetra Financial Matching Gifts Program
  • T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation, Inc. Textron Charitable Trust
  • Thomson Reuters
  • Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
  • The Travelers Companies, Inc.
  • TTX Company
  • Tyco Matching Gifts Program
  • U.S. Bancorp Foundation
  • UBS
  • Unilever United States Foundation, Inc.
  • United Technologies Matching Gift
  • Program
  • United Way of New York City
  • Verizon Foundation
  • Viking Global Foundation, Inc.
  • Vulcan Materials Company
  • W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • The Walt Disney Company
  • The Washington Post
  • Western Union Foundation
  • The William Penn Foundation
  • Xcel Energy Foundation
  • XL America
  • YourCause, LLC
  • Zurich Insurance Company
Our Partners

No organization can, by itself, meet all the environmental challenges facing birds, habitat, and people. That's why Audubon collaborates with partners to shape a healthy, vibrant future for all of us and the planet we share. The following are only some of the many organizations we partnered with this year.

Nonprofits
  • Alaska Conservation Foundation
  • Alaska Wilderness League
  • Alianza Para las Aras Silvestres
  • American Bird Association
  • American Bird Conservancy
  • American Farmland Trust
  • American Wind Wildlife Institute
  • Appalachian Mountain Club
  • Bat Conservation International
  • BirdLife International and 19 partners:
  • Armonia
  • Aves & Conservación
  • Aves Argentinas
  • Aves Uruguay
  • Bahamas National Trust
  • Belize Audubon Society
  • Bird Studies Canada
  • Centro Nacional de Areas
  • Protegidas
  • CODEFF
  • Falklands Conservation
  • Foundation for Nature
  • Conservation in
  • Suriname
  • Grupo Jaragua
  • Guyra Paraguay
  • Nature Canada
  • Panama Audubon Society
  • Pronatura
  • Salva Natura
  • SAVE Brazil
  • Sociedad Ornitológica Puertorriqueña, Inc.
  • California Rice Commission
  • California Waterfowl Association
  • Centro de Estudios y Conservación del Patrimonio Natural (CECPAN)
  • Clean Water/Jobs Coalition College of William and Mary
  • ConservAmerica
  • Conservation Measures Partnership
  • Cornell Lab of Ornithology
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • Ducks Unlimited
  • Earthjustice
  • EarthShare
  • El Jaguar
  • Endangered Species Coalition
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Environment America
  • Fauna and Flora International
  • Fundación Cosibolca
  • Garden Club of America
  • Gulf Renewal Project
  • Interfaith Power and Light
  • Island Conservation
  • Land Trust Alliance
  • Mississippi River Network
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
  • National Geographic
  • National Wildlife Federation
  • National Wildlife Refuge Association
  • Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Oceana
  • Ocean Conservancy
  • Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation
  • Partnership Project
  • Pew Environment Group
  • Point Blue Conservation Science
  • Rainey Conservation Alliance
  • RARE
  • Sierra Club
  • Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center
  • Southern Environmental Law Center
  • Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • Sustainable Northwest
  • Tejon Ranch Conservancy
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • The Wilderness Society
  • Trout Unlimited
  • Trust for Public Land
  • Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Vivamos Mejor (Guatemala)
  • Western Resources Advocates
  • Wildlife Conservation Society
  • World Wildlife Fund
Licensees
  • Abbeville Press
  • Alfred A. Knopf
  • Andrew Stewart Publishing
  • Avis Rent A Car Systems, Inc.
  • Barton Cotton
  • BofI Federal Bank
  • Brooks Brothers
  • Buffalo Games
  • Corporate Casuals
  • Capital One
  • Custom Direct, LLC
  • Danbury Mint
  • DK Publishing
  • Duke University Press
  • EBSCO Publishing
  • K&M International, Inc.
  • Mark Feldstein & Associates, Inc.
  • Mastervision
  • Nationwide
  • NatureShare
  • Message! Products Inc.
  • Mystic Stamp Company
  • PuraVida
  • Pomegranate Communications, Inc.
  • Red River Commodities, Inc.
  • Rogers Family Company
  • Tilbury House
  • Stonyfield Farm
  • WoodLink
  • Workman Publishing
Travel licensees
  • Holbrook Travel
  • Eric Horvath
  • Lindblad Expeditions
  • Travel Dynamics International
  • Travelex Insurance Services
  • Victor Emanuel Nature Tours
  • Worldwide Quest

One Audubon

Directory

A guide to the national, flyway, state, and local resources of the National Audubon Society.

National and Program Offices
Audubon Home Office
  • Audubon
    225 Varick Street, 7th Floor
    New York, NY 10014
    (212) 979-3000
    www.audubon.org
  • Audubon Magazine
    Editorial (212) 979-3000
    Subscriptions (800) 274-4201
  • Development Bequests and Charitable Trusts
    212-979-3033
  • General Inquiries
    (212) 979-3000
  • Membership
    (800) 876-0994
  • Strategic Partnerships
    (212) 979-3000
Audubon Chapter Services
  • Audubon
    30 Fort Missoula Road
    Missoula, MT 59804
    (800) 542-2748
Community Conservation and Education
  • Audubon
    1200 18th Street, Suite 500
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 861-2242
  • Audubon Adventures
    225 Varick Street, 7th Floor
    New York, NY 10014
    (212) 979-3184 (800) 340-6546
  • Bird-Friendly Communities
    469 North Kootenai Creek Road
    Stevensville, MT 59870
    (406) 777-0780
  • Field Support
    225 Varick Street, 7th Floor
    New York, NY 10014
    (212) 979-3094
  • 610 East University
    Springfield, MO 65807
    (417) 861-8875
  • Great Backyard Bird Count
    1200 18th Street, Suite 500
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 600-7962
  • Toyota TogetherGreen
    1200 18th Street, Suite 500
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 861-2242
Field Operations
  • Audubon
    194 Woodlawn Avenue
    Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
    (518) 424-2979
  • International Alliances Program
    1200 18th Street, Suite 500
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 861-2242
Conservation Planning
  • c/o NW Arkansas Field Office
    34 East Center Street
    Fayetteville, AR 72701
Public Policy
  • Audubon
    1200 18th Street, Suite 500
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 861-2242
Science
  • Audubon
    2300 Computer Ave, Suite I-49
    Willow Grove, PA 19090
  • 1200 18th Street, Suite 500
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 861-2242
  • Christmas Bird Count
    2300 Computer Ave, Suite I-49
    Willow Grove, PA 19090
    302-858-0724
  • Important Bird Areas
    2300 Computer Ave, Suite I-49
    Willow Grove, PA 19090
    (215) 657-6400
  • Seabird Restoration Program
    (Sept.–May)
    159 Sapsucker Woods Road
    Ithaca, NY 14850
    (607) 257-7308
    (June–Aug.)
    12 Audubon Road
    Bremen, ME 04551
    (207) 529-5828
State Offices, Centers, and Sanctuaries
  • Pacific Flyway
    Audubon Pacific Flyway Office
    220 Montgomery Street
    San Francisco, CA 94104
    (415) 644-4600
  • Alaska
    State Office
    Audubon Alaska
    441 West Fifth Avenue
    Suite 300
    Anchorage, AK 99501
    (907) 276-7034
  • California
    State Office
    Audubon California
    200 Montgomery Street, Suite 1000
    San Francisco, CA 94104
    (415) 644-4600
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Audubon Bobcat Ranch
    25929 County Road 34
    Winters, CA 95694
    (530) 795-4116
  • Audubon Center at Debs Park
    4700 North Griffin Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90031
    (323) 221-2255
  • Kern River Preserve
    P.O. Box 1662
    Weldon, CA 93283
    (760) 378-2531
  • Richardson Bay Audubon Center and Sanctuary
    376 Greenwood Beach Road
    Tiburon, CA 94920
    (415) 388-2524
  • Starr Ranch Sanctuary
    100 Bell Canyon Road
    Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679
    (949) 858-0309
  • Washington
    State Office
    Audubon Washington
    5902 Lake Washington Boulevard S.
    Seattle, WA 98118
    (206) 652-2444
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Dungeness River Audubon Center
    Railroad Bridge Park
    2151 West Hendrickson Road
    Sequim, WA 98382
    (360) 681-4076
  • Seward Park Environmental and Audubon Center
    5902 Lake Washington Boulevard S.
    Seattle, WA 98118
    (206) 652-2444
  • Central Flyway
    Audubon Flyway Office
    194 Woodlawn Avenue
    Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
    (518) 424-2979
  • Arizona
    State Office
    Audubon Arizona
    3131 South Central Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ 85040
    (602) 468-6470
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch
    366 Research Ranch Road
    Elgin, AZ 85611
    (520) 455-5522
  • Nina Mason Pulliam
    Rio Salado Audubon Center
    3131 South Central Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ 85040
    (602) 468-6470
  • Colorado
    Regional Office
    Audubon Rockies Region
    105 West Mountain Ave.
    Fort Collins, CO 80524
    (970) 416-6931
  • Nebraska
    State Office
    Audubon Nebraska
    11700 SW 100th Street
    Denton, NE 68339
    (402) 797-2301
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Lillian Annette Rowe Bird Sanctuary
    44450 Elm Island Road
    Gibbon, NE 68840
    (308) 468-5282
  • Spring Creek Prairie
    Audubon Center
    11700 SW 100th Street
    Denton, NE 68339
    (402) 797-2301
  • New Mexico
    State Office
    Audubon New Mexico
    P.O. Box 9314
    1800 Upper Canyon Road
    Santa Fe, NM 87501
    (505) 983-4609
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Randall Davey Audubon Center and Sanctuary
    1800 Upper Canyon Road
    Santa Fe, NM 87501
    (505) 983-4609
  • North Dakota
    State Office
    Audubon Dakota
    118 Broadway North, Suite 512
    Fargo, ND 58102
    (701) 298-3373
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Edward M. Brigham III Sanctuary
    2646 90 R. Avenue SE
    Spiritwood, ND 58481
    (701) 298-3373
  • Frederick L. Wicks Prairie Wildlife Sanctuary
    118 Broadway North, Suite 512
    Fargo, ND 58102
    (701) 298-3373
  • Texas
    State Office
    Audubon Texas
    510 South Congress Avenue
    Suite 102
    Austin, TX 78704
    (512) 782-0895
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center
    1206 West FM 1382
    Cedar Hill, TX 75104
    (469) 526-1980
  • Coastal Sanctuaries
    c/o Audubon Texas
    510 South Congress Avenue
    Austin, TX 78704
    (512) 782-0895
  • Mitchell Lake Audubon Center
    10750 Pleasanton Road
    San Antonio, TX 78221
    (210) 628-1639
  • Sabal Palm Audubon Sanctuary
    8435 Sabal Palm Road
    Brownsville, TX 78523
    (956) 541-8034
  • Trinity River Audubon Center
    6500 Great Trinity Forest Way
    Dallas, TX 75217
    (214) 398-8722
  • Utah
    Centers and Sanctuaries
    Edward L & Charles F Gillmor Audubon Sanctuary and South Shore Preserve
    3868 Marsha Drive
    West Valley City, UT 84128
    (801) 966-0464
  • Wyoming
    Audubon Center at Garden Creek
    101 Garden Creek Road
    Casper, WY 82601
    (307) 473-1987
  • Mississippi Flyway
    Audubon Mississippi Flyway Office
    235 Miles Branch Road
    Pittsboro, NC 20312
    (504) 344-4328
  • Arkansas
    State Office
    Audubon Arkansas
    4500 Springer Boulevard
    Little Rock, AR 72206
    (501) 244-2229
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Little Rock Audubon Center
    4500 Springer Boulevard
    Little Rock, AR 72206
    (501) 244-2229
  • Illinois
    Program Office
    Audubon of the Chicago Region

    1718 Sherman Avenue, Suite 210
    Evanston, IL 60201
    (847) 328-1250
  • Louisiana
    State Office
    Audubon Louisiana
    6160 Perkins Road, Suite 135
    Baton Rouge, LA 70808
    (225) 768-0820
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary
    P.O. Box 187, Perry, LA 70575
    (225) 768-0820
  • Minnesota
    State Office
    Audubon Minnesota
    2357 Ventura Drive, Suite 106
    St. Paul, MN 55125
    (651) 739-9332
  • Mississippi
    State Office
    Audubon Mississippi
    285 Plains Road
    Holly Springs, MS 38635
    (662) 252-1155
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Strawberry Plains Audubon Center
    285 Plains Road
    Holly Springs, MS 38635
    (662) 252-1155
  • Pascagoula River Audubon Center
    7001 Frank Griffin Road
    Moss Point, MS 39563
    (228) 475-0825
  • Missouri
    State Office
    Audubon Missouri
    301 Riverlands Way
    West Alton, MO 63386
    (636) 899-0090
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Audubon Center at Riverlands
    301 Riverlands Way
    West Alton, MO 63386
    (636) 899-0090
  • Wildcat Glades Conservation and Audubon Center
    201 W. Riviera Drive, Suite A
    Joplin, MO 64804
    (417) 782-6287
  • Ohio
    Centers and Sanctuaries
    Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm
    1000 Aullwood Road
    Dayton, OH 45414
    (937) 890-7360
  • Grange Insurance Audubon Center
    505 W. Whittier Street
    Columbus, OH 43215
    (614) 545-5475
  • Wisconsin
    Centers and Sanctuaries
    Schlitz Audubon Nature Center
    1111 East Brown Deer Road
    Milwaukee, WI 53217
    (414) 352-2880
  • Atlantic Flyway
    Audubon Flyway Office
    1200 18th Street, Suite 500
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 600-7970
  • Connecticut
    State Office
    Audubon Connecticut
    613 Riversville Road
    Greenwich, CT 06831
    (203) 869-5272
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Audubon Center at Bent of the River
    185 East Flat Hill Road
    Southbury, CT 06488
    (203) 264-5098
  • Audubon Center in Greenwich
    613 Riversville Road
    Greenwich, CT 06831
    (203) 869-5272
  • Sharon Audubon Center
    325 Cornwall Bridge Road
    Sharon, CT 06069
    (860) 364-0520
  • Edith Leopold Sanctuary
    182 Ringerman Hill Road
    East Hartland, CT 06027
    (860) 364-0520
  • Emily Winthrop Miles Wildlife Sanctuary
    99 West Cornwall Road
    Sharon, CT 06069
    (860) 364-0520
  • Fairchild Wildflower Garden
    Caldwell Sanctuary

    Gimbel Sanctuary
    Oneida Marsh
    Hemlock Gorge
    Wood Duck Swamp
    c/o Audubon Center in Greenwich
    613 Riversville Road
    Greenwich, CT 06831
    (203) 869-5272
  • Guilford Salt Meadows Sanctuary
    330 Mulberry Point Road
    Guilford, CT 06437
    (203) 869-5272
  • Florida
    State Office
    Audubon Florida
    444 Brickell Avenue, Suite 850
    Miami, FL 33131
    (305) 371-6399
  • Conservation Office
    308 North Monroe
    Tallahassee, FL 32301
    (850) 222-2473
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
    1101 Audubon Way
    Maitland, FL 32751
    (407) 644-0190
  • Blair Audubon Center at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
    375 Sanctuary Road West
    Naples, FL 34120
    (239) 348-9151
  • Florida Coastal Islands Sanctuaries
    410 Ware Boulevard, Suite 702
    Tampa, FL 33619
    (813) 623-6826
  • Lake Okeechobee Sanctuaries
    P.O. Box 707
    Lorida, FL 33857
    (941) 467-8497
  • Tavernier Science Center
    115 Indian Mound Trail
    Tavernier, FL 33070
    (305) 852-5318
  • Maine
    Centers and Sanctuaries
    Borestone Mountain Sanctuary
    East Point Sanctuary
    Hamilton Sanctuary
    Josephine Newman Sanctuary
    Mast Landing Sanctuary
    Todd Audubon Sanctuary
    c/o Maine Audubon
    20 Gilsland Farm Road
    Falmouth, ME 04105
    (207) 781-2330
  • Fields Pond Audubon Center
    216 Fields Pond Road
    Holden, ME 04429
    (207) 989-2591
  • Gilsland Farm Audubon Center
    20 Gilsland Farm Road
    Falmouth, ME 04105
    (207) 781-2330
  • Hog Island Audubon Center
    c/o Seabird Restoration Program
    159 Sapsucker Woods Road
    Ithaca, NY 14850
    (607) 257-7308
  • Project Puffin Visitor Center
    311 Main Street
    Rockland, ME 04841
    (May–Dec.) (207) 596-5566
    (Jan.–April) (607) 257-7308
  • Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center
    Route 9/Pine Point Road
    Scarborough, ME 04074
    (May–Sept.) (207) 883-5100
    (Oct.–April) (207) 781-2330
  • Maryland-DC
    State Office
    Audubon Maryland-DC
    2901 East Baltimore Street, Box 2
    Baltimore, MD 21224
    (410) 558-2473
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Patterson Park Audubon Center
    2901 East Baltimore Street, Box 2
    Baltimore, MD 21224
    (410) 558-2473
  • Pickering Creek Audubon Center
    11450 Audubon Lane
    Easton, MD 21601
    (410) 822-4903
  • New York
    State Office
    Audubon New York
    200 Trillium Lane
    Albany, NY 12203
    (518) 869-9731
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Beaver Meadow Audubon Center
    1610 Welch Road
    North Java, NY 14113
    (585) 457-3228
  • Buttercup Farm Audubon Sanctuary
    Ramshorn-Livingston Audubon Center and Sanctuary
    Rheinstrom Hill Audubon Center and Sanctuary
    P.O. Box 1
    Craryville, NY 12521
    (518) 325-5203
  • Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary
    P.O. Box 174
    Cold Spring, NY 10516
    (845) 265-2601
  • Jamestown Audubon Center and Sanctuary
    1600 Riverside Road
    Jamestown, NY 14701
    (716) 569-2345
  • Kaler’s Pond Audubon Center
    P.O. Box 865
    Center Moriches, NY 11934
    (631) 878-5576
  • Montezuma Audubon Center
    P.O Box 187
    2295 State Route 89 North
    Savannah, NY 13146
    (315) 365-3580
  • Prospect Park Audubon Center
    95 Prospect Park West
    Brooklyn, NY 11215
    (718) 287-3400
  • Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center
    134 Cove Road
    Oyster Bay, NY 11771
    (516) 922-3200
  • North Carolina
    State Office
    Audubon North Carolina
    400 Silver Cedar Court, Suite 240
    Chapel Hill, NC 27514
    (919) 929-3899
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Donal C. O’Brien Jr. Audubon Sanctuary and Center at Pine Island
    c/o Audubon North Carolina
    300 Audubon Drive
    Corolla, NC 27927
    (252) 453-0603
  • Pennsylvania
    State Office
    Audubon Pennsylvania
    100 Wildwood Way
    Harrisburg, PA 17110
    (717) 213-6880
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove
    1201 Pawlings Road
    Audubon, PA 19403
    (610) 666-5593
  • Waggoner’s Gap Hawk Watch c/o Audubon Pennsylvania
    100 Wildwood Way
    Harrisburg, PA 17110
    (717) 213-6880
  • South Carolina
    State Office
    Audubon South Carolina
    336 Sanctuary Road
    Harleyville, SC 29448
    (843) 462-2150
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Audubon Center and Sanctuary at Francis Beidler Forest
    336 Sanctuary Road
    Harleyville, SC 29448
    (843) 462-2150
  • Silver Bluff Audubon Center and Sanctuary
    4542 Silver Bluff Road
    Jackson, SC 29831
    (803) 471-0291
  • Vermont
    State Office
    Audubon Vermont
    255 Sherman Hollow Road
    Huntington, VT 05462
    (802) 434-3068
  • Centers and Sanctuaries
    Grammas Island, Hen Island, Popasquash Island, Rock Island
    c/o Audubon Vermont
    255 Sherman Hollow Road
    Huntington, VT 05462
    (802) 434-3068
  • Green Mountain Audubon Center
    255 Sherman Hollow Road
    Huntington, VT 05462
    (802) 434-3068
Audubon Chapters
  • Pacific Flyway
    Alaska
    Anchorage Audubon Society
    Arctic Audubon Society
    Juneau Audubon Society
    Kodiak Audubon Society
    Prince William Sound Audubon Society
  • California
    Altacal Audubon Society
    Buena Vista Audubon Society
    Central Sierra Audubon Society
    Conejo Valley Audubon Society
    Eagle Lake Audubon Society
    Eastern Sierra Audubon Society
    El Dorado Audubon Society
    Fresno Audubon Society
    Golden Gate Audubon Society
    Kern Audubon Society
    Kerncrest Audubon Society
    La Purisima Audubon Society
    Laguna Hills Audubon Society
    Los Angeles Audubon Society
    Madrone Audubon Society
    Marin Audubon Society
    Mendocino Coast Audubon Society
    Monterey Audubon Society
    Morro Coast Audubon Society
    Mount Diablo Audubon Society
    Mount Shasta Area Audubon Society
    Napa-Solano Audubon Society
    Ohlone Audubon Society
    Palomar Audubon Society
    Palos Verdes/South Bay Audubon Society
    Pasadena Audubon Society
    Peregrine Audubon Society
    Plumas Audubon Society
    Pomona Valley Audubon Society
    Redbud Audubon Society
    Redwood Region Audubon Society
    Sacramento Audubon Society
    San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society
    San Diego Audubon Society
    San Fernando Valley Audubon Society
    San Joaquin Audubon Society
    Santa Barbara Audubon Society
    Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society
    Santa Monica Bay Audubon Society
    Sea and Sage Audubon Society
    Sequoia Audubon Society
    Sierra Foothills Audubon Society
    Stanislaus Audubon Society
    Tulare County Audubon Society
    Ventura Audubon Society
    Whittier Area Audubon Society
    Wintu Audubon Society
    Yolo Audubon Society
    Yosemite Area Audubon Society
  • Guam
    Marianas Audubon Society
  • Hawaii
    Hawaii Audubon Society
  • Oregon
    Audubon Society of Corvallis
    Audubon Society of Lincoln City
    Audubon Society of Portland Cape
    Arago Audubon Society
    East Cascades Audubon Society
    Kalmiopsis Audubon Society
    Klamath Basin Audubon Society
    Lane County Audubon Society
    Rogue Valley Audubon Society
    Salem Audubon Society
    Siskiyou Audubon Society
    Umpqua Valley Audubon Society
  • Washington
    Admiralty Audubon Society
    Black Hills Audubon Society
    Blue Mountain Audubon Society
    Central Basin Audubon Society
    Eastside Audubon Society
    Grays Harbor Audubon Society
    Kitsap Audubon Society
    Kittitas Audubon Society
    Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society
    North Cascades Audubon Society
    North Central Washington Audubon Society
    Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society
    Palouse Audubon Society
    Pilchuck Audubon Society
    Rainier Audubon Society
    San Juan Islands Audubon Society
    Seattle Audubon Society
    Skagit Audubon Society
    Spokane Audubon Society
    Tahoma Audubon Society
    Vancouver Audubon Society
    Vashon-Maury Island Audubon Society
    Whidbey Audubon Society
    Willapa Hills Audubon Society
    Yakima Valley Audubon Society
  • Central Flyway
    Arizona
    Desert Rivers Audubon Society
    Huachuca Audubon Society
    Maricopa Audubon Society
    Northern Arizona Audubon Society
    Prescott Audubon Society
    Sonoran Audubon Society
    Tucson Audubon Society
    White Mountain Audubon Society
    Yuma Audubon Society
  • Colorado
    Aiken Audubon Society
    Arkansas Valley Audubon Society
    Audubon Society of Greater Denver
    Black Canyon Audubon Society
    Boulder County Audubon Society
    Evergreen Audubon Society
    Fort Collins Audubon Society
    Grand Valley Audubon Society
    Platte and Prairie Audubon Society
    Roaring Fork Audubon Society
    Weminuche Audubon Society
  • Idaho
    Coeur d’Alene Audubon Society
    Golden Eagle Audubon Society
    Portneuf Valley Audubon Society
    Prairie Falcon Audubon Society
    Snake River Audubon Society
  • Kansas
    Jayhawk Audubon Society
    Kanza Audubon Society
    Leavenworth Audubon Society
    Northern Flint Hills Audubon Society
    Smoky Hills Audubon Society
    Southeast Kansas Audubon Society
    Sperry-Galligar Audubon Society
    Topeka Audubon Society
    Wichita Audubon Society
  • Montana
    Bitterroot Audubon Society
    Five Valleys Audubon Society
    Flathead Audubon Society
    Last Chance Audubon Society
    Mission Mountain Audubon Society
    Pintler Audubon Society
    Sacajawea Audubon Society
    Upper Missouri Breaks Audubon Society
    Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society
  • Nebraska
    Audubon Society of Omaha
    Big Bend Audubon Society
    Wachiska Audubon Society
    Wildcat Audubon Society
  • Nevada
    Bristlecone Audubon Society
    Lahontan Audubon Society
    Red Rock Audubon Society
  • New Mexico
    Central New Mexico Audubon Society
    Mesilla Valley Audubon Society
    Sangre de Cristo Audubon Society
    Southwestern New Mexico Audubon Society
  • North Dakota
    Dakota Prairie Audubon Society
    Fargo-Moorhead Audubon Society
    Grand Forks Audubon Society
  • Oklahoma
    Cleveland County Audubon Society
    Deep Fork Audubon Society
    Grand Lake Audubon Society
    Indian Nations Audubon Society
    Payne County Audubon Society
    Tulsa Audubon Society
  • South Dakota
    Missouri Breaks Audubon Society
    Prairie Hills Audubon Society
  • Texas
    Audubon Dallas
    Bastrop County Audubon Society
    Bexar Audubon Society
    Big Country Audubon Society
    Central Texas Audubon Society
    Coastal Bend Audubon Society
    El Paso Trans Pecos Audubon Society
    Fort Worth Audubon Society
    Golden Triangle Audubon Society
    Houston Audubon Society
    Huntsville Audubon Society
    Llano Estacado Audubon Society
    Monte Mucho Audubon Society
    Prairie and Timbers Audubon Society
    Rio Brazos Audubon Society
    Rio Grande Delta Audubon Society
    Texas Panhandle Audubon Society
    Travis Audubon Society
    Twin Lakes Audubon Society
    Tyler Audubon Society
  • Utah
    Bridgerland Audubon Society
    Great Salt Lake Audubon Society
    Red Cliffs Audubon Society
    Wasatch Audubon Society
  • Wyoming
    Bighorn Audubon Society
    Cheyenne-High Plains Audubon Society
    Laramie Audubon Society
    Meadowlark Audubon Society
    Murie Audubon Society
    Red Desert Audubon Society
  • Mississippi Flyway
    Alabama
    Birmingham Audubon Society
    Cullman Audubon Society
    Mobile Bay Audubon Society
    Shoals Audubon Society
    Tennessee Valley Audubon Society
  • Arkansas
    Arkansas River Valley Audubon Society
    Audubon Society of Central Arkansas
    Audubon Society of North Central Arkansas
    Garland County Audubon Society
    Hot Springs Village Audubon Society
    Little Red River Audubon Society
    Northwest Arkansas Audubon Society
    Three Rivers Audubon Society
  • Illinois
    Champaign County Audubon Society
    Chicago Audubon Society
    Decatur Audubon Society
    John Wesley Powell Audubon Society
    Lake County Audubon Society
    Northwest Illinois Audubon Society
    Peoria Audubon Society
    Prairie Woods Audubon Society
    Sinnissippi Audubon Society
    Thorn Creek Audubon Society
  • Indiana
    Amos Butler Audubon
    Dunes-Calumet Audubon Society
    Evansville Audubon Society
    Knob and Valley Audubon Society
    Potawatomi Audubon Society
    Robert Cooper Audubon Society
    Sassafras Audubon Society
    South Bend-Elkhart Audubon Society
    Stockbridge Audubon Society
    Sycamore Audubon Society
    Tippecanoe Audubon Society
    Wabash Valley Audubon Society
  • Iowa
    Big Bluestem Audubon Society
    Cedar Rapids Audubon Society
    Dubuque Audubon Society
    Loess Hills Audubon Society
    Northern Iowa Prairie Lakes Audubon Society
    Prairie Rapids Audubon Society
    Quad City Audubon Society
    Southeast Iowa Audubon Society
    Tallgrass Prairie Audubon Society
    Upper Iowa Audubon Society
  • Kentucky
    Buckley Hills Audubon Society
    Daviess County Audubon Society
    Frankfort Audubon Society
    Henderson Audubon Society
    Jackson Purchase Audubon Society
    Little River Audubon Society
    Louisville Audubon Society
  • Louisiana
    Acadiana Audubon Society
    Baton Rouge Audubon Society
    Orleans Audubon Society
  • Michigan
    Detroit Audubon Society
    Michigan Audubon
  • Minnesota
    Agassiz Audubon Society
    Albert Lea Audubon Society
    Audubon Chapter of Minneapolis
    Austin Audubon Society
    Brainerd Lakes Area Audubon Society
    Central Minnesota Audubon Society
    Duluth Audubon Society
    Minnesota River Valley Audubon Chapter
    Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society
    St. Paul Audubon Society
    Wild River Audubon Society
    Zumbro Valley Audubon Society
  • Mississippi
    Jackson Audubon Society
    Mississippi Coast Audubon Society
    Okatibbee Creek Audubon Society
    Oktibbeha Audubon Society
    Pine Woods Audubon Society
  • Missouri
    Burroughs Audubon Society
    Columbia Audubon Society
    East Ozarks Audubon Society
    Grand River Audubon Society
    Greater Ozarks Audubon Society
    Midland Empire Audubon Society
    Ozark Gateway Audubon Society
    Ozark Rivers Audubon Society
    River Bluffs Audubon Society
    Scenic Rivers Audubon Society
    St. Louis Audubon Society
  • Ohio
    Appalachian Front Audubon Society
    Audubon Miami Valley
    Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland
    Audubon Society of Mahoning Valley
    Audubon Society of Ohio
    Black River Audubon Society
    Black Swamp Audubon Society
    Blackbrook Audubon Society
    Canton Audubon Society
    Clark County Audubon Society
    Columbus Audubon
    Dayton Audubon Society
    East Central Ohio Audubon Society
    Firelands Audubon Society
    Greater Akron Audubon Society
    Greater Mohican Audubon Society
    President R.B. Hayes Audubon Society
    Tri-Moraine Audubon Society
    Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society
  • Tennessee
    Cumberland-Harpeth Audubon Society
    Warioto Audubon Society
  • Wisconsin
    Aldo Leopold Audubon Society
    Chequamegon Audubon Society
    Coulee Region Audubon Society
    Fond du Lac County Audubon Society
    Gaylord Nelson Audubon Society
    Green-Rock Audubon Society
    Hoy Audubon Society
    Lakeland Audubon Society
    Madison Audubon Society
    Milwaukee Audubon Society
    Northeastern Wisconsin Audubon Society
    Sheboygan County Audubon Society
    Winnebago Audubon Society
    Wisconsin Metro Audubon Society
  • Atlantic Flyway
    Connecticut
    Audubon Greenwich
    Litchfield Hills Audubon Society
    Mattabeseck Audubon Society
    Menunkatuck Audubon Society
    Naugatuck Valley Audubon Society
    Potapaug Audubon Society
    Quinnipiac Valley Audubon Society
  • Delaware
    Delaware Audubon Society
  • District of Columbia
    Audubon Society of the District of Columbia
  • Florida
    Alachua Audubon Society
    Apalachee Audubon Society
    Audubon of Martin County
    Audubon of Southwest Florida
    Audubon Society of the Everglades
    Bay County Audubon Society
    Choctawhatchee Audubon Society
    Citrus County Audubon Society
    Clearwater Audubon Society
    Collier County Audubon Society
    Duval Audubon Society
    Eagle Audubon Society
    Flagler Audubon Society
    Florida Keys Audubon Society
    Four Rivers Audubon Society
    Francis M. Weston Audubon Society
    Halifax River Audubon
    Hendry-Glades Audubon Society
    Hernando Audubon Society
    Highlands County Audubon Society
    Kissimmee Valley Audubon Society
    Lake Region Audubon Society
    Manatee County Audubon Society
    Marion Audubon Society
    Oklawaha Valley Audubon Society
    Orange Audubon Society
    Peace River Audubon Society
    Pelican Island Audubon Society
    Ridge Audubon Society
    Sanibel-Captiva Audubon Society
    Santa Fe Audubon Society
    Sarasota Audubon Society
    Seminole Audubon Society
    South Florida Audubon Society
    Southeast Volusia Audubon Society
    Space Coast Audubon Society
    St. Johns County Audubon Society
    St. Lucie Audubon Society
    St. Petersburg Audubon Society
    Tampa Audubon Society
    Tropical Audubon Society
    Venice Area Audubon Society
    West Pasco Audubon Society
    West Volusia Audubon Society
  • Georgia
    Albany Audubon Society
    Atlanta Audubon Society
    Augusta-Aiken Audubon Society
    Coastal Georgia Audubon Society
    Columbus Audubon Society
    Ocmulgee Audubon Society
    Oconee Rivers Audubon Society
    Ogeechee Audubon Society
  • Maine
    Downeast Audubon Chapter of Maine Audubon
    Fundy Audubon Chapter of Maine Audubon
    Merrymeeting Audubon Chapter of Maine Audubon
    Mid-Coast Audubon Chapter of Maine Audubon
    Penobscot Valley Audubon Chapter of Maine Audubon
    Prouts Neck Audubon Society
    Western Maine Audubon Chapter of Maine Audubon
    York County Audubon Chapter of Maine Audubon
  • Maryland
    Audubon Society of Central Maryland
    Chesapeake Audubon Society
    Prince George’s Audubon Society
    Southern Maryland Audubon Society
  • New Jersey
    Atlantic Audubon Society
    Bergen County Audubon Society
    Monmouth County Audubon Society
    Washington Crossing Audubon Society
  • New York
    Audubon Society of the Capital Region Bedford Audubon Society
    Bronx River-Sound Shore Audubon Society
    Buffalo Audubon Society
    Central Westchester Audubon Society
    Chemung Valley Audubon Society
    Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society
    Eastern Long Island Audubon Society
    Four Harbors Audubon Society
    Genesee Valley Audubon Society
    Great South Bay Audubon Society
    Hudson River Audubon Society of Westchester
    Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon Society
    Jamestown Audubon Society
    New York City Audubon
    North Fork Audubon Society
    North Shore Audubon Society
    Northern Catskills Audubon Society
    Northern New York Audubon
    Onondaga Audubon Society
    Orange County Audubon Society
    Putnam Highlands Audubon Society
    Rockland Audubon Society
    Saw Mill River Audubon Society
    South Shore Audubon Society
    Southern Adirondack Audubon Society
    Sullivan County Audubon Society
  • North Carolina
    Audubon Society of Forsyth County
    Cape Fear Audubon Society
    Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society
    Great Smoky Mountains Audubon Society
    High Country Audubon Society
    Highlands Plateau Audubon Society
    Mecklenburg Audubon Society
    New Hope Audubon Society
    T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon Society
    Wake Audubon Society
  • Pennsylvania
    Allegheny Plateau Audubon Society
    Appalachian Audubon Society
    Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania
    Bartramian Audubon Society
    Bucks County Audubon Society
    Conococheague Audubon Society
    Gifford Pinchot Audubon Society
    Greater Wyoming Valley Audubon Society
    Juniata Valley Audubon Society
    Lehigh Valley Audubon Society
    Lycoming Audubon Society
    Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society
    Presque Isle Audubon Society
    Quittapahilla Audubon Society
    Seneca Rocks Audubon Society
    Seven Mountains Audubon Society
    South Mountain Audubon Society
    Tiadaghton Audubon Society
    Valley Forge Audubon Society
    Wyncote Audubon Society
    York Audubon Society
  • South Carolina
    Charleston Natural History Society
    Columbia Audubon Society
    Hilton Head Island Audubon
    Society Piedmont Audubon Society
    Waccamaw Audubon Society
  • Vermont
    Ascutney Mountain Audubon Society
    Green Mountain Audubon Society
    Northeast Kingdom Audubon Society
    Otter Creek Audubon Society
    Rutland County Audubon Society
    Southeastern Vermont Audubon Society
    Taconic Tri-State Audubon Society
  • Virginia
    Audubon Society of Northern Virginia
    Cape Henry Audubon Society
    Northern Neck of Virginia Audubon Society
    Northern Shenandoah Valley Audubon Society
    Richmond Audubon Society
    Virginia Beach Audubon Society
  • West Virginia
    Mountaineer Audubon Society
    Potomac Valley Audubon Society

Board and Officers

Board of Directors
Chair of the Board
  • B. Holt Thrasher
Vice-Chairs
  • Margot Ernst
  • Allen J. Model
Treasurer
  • David Hartwell
Secretary
  • David B. Ford
Assistant Secretary
  • Peggy E. Montaño
Directors
  • Jane Alexander
  • Karim Al-Khafaji
  • Leigh Altadonna
  • Susan Bell
  • Mary McDermott Cook
  • Alan R. Dolan
  • Joseph H. Ellis
  • Jeff Goodby
  • Joy Hester
  • Stephanie Little
  • Alexis Maybank
  • Hector E. Morales, Jr.
  • Kristi Patterson
  • Terry L. Root
  • David Roux
  • Hugh Simmons
  • Marina Skumanich
  • Jack Stewart
  • Margaret Walker
  • Alexander E. Zagoreos
President and CEO
  • David Yarnold
Vice Presidents
Donal O’Brien Chair in Bird Conservation and Public Policy
  • Glenn Olson
  •  
  • Matthew Anderson
  • John Beavers
  • Norm Brunswig
  • Chris Canfield
  • Erin Crotty
  • Mike Daulton
  • Eric Draper
  • Gail Gatton
  • Francis Grant-Suttie
  • Patricia Hagen
  • Mary Beth Henson
  • Stewart Hudson
  • Mark Jannot
  • Marshall Johnson
  • Kim Keller
  • Stephen W. Kress
  • Marian Langan
  • Gary Langham
  • Susan Lunden (COO)
  • Brigid McCormack
  • Douglas Meffert
  • Peg Olsen
  • Kevin Pierson
  • Sarah Porter
  • Andrew Roos
  • Peter Ross
  • Brian A. Rutledge
  • Lorraine Sciarra
  • Marc Scollo
  • Heather Starck
  • Karyn Stockdale
  • Michael Sutton
  • Chandra Taylor Smith
  • Lynn Tennefoss
  • Brian Trusty
  • Peter Vincent
  • Phil Wallis
  • Nils Warnock
  • James Woods

Audubon 2013 Annual Report Credits

  • Editor: Lynne Hoppe
  • Creative Director: Kevin Fisher
  • Managing Editor: Jerry Goodbody
  • Senior Editor: Amanda Perry
  • Information Graphics Editor: Katie Peek, Ph.D.
  • Contributing Writer: Jesse Greenspan
  • Production Director: Heidi DeVos
  • Art Assistant: Mike Fernandez
  • Photo Assistant: Natasha Otrakji
  • Designer: Caren Rosenblatt
  • Digital Production & Interface Design: Meagan Fisher and Brian McAllister
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