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Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.

Nominate a Conservation Hero for Montana Audubon Award

Nominations are now being taken for deserving individuals and their conservation work that supports the Montana Audubon mission. These awards will be presented at Montana Audubon’s June 9-11 annual bird festival in Great Falls. Awards acknowledge individuals who exemplify a commitment to birds, other wildlife, and habitat conservation. This year’s awards will be given for Conservationist of the Year, Environmental Educator of the Year, Special Achievement, Citizen Scientist of the Year, and Lifetime Achievement Award.

To nominate your candidate, please click here. To be considered for this year’s award, nominations must be submitted no later than May 20, 2016. Nominations can be submitted by email (preferred) or mailed to Montana Audubon, PO Box 595, Helena, MT  59624. Questions? Contact Janet Ellis at 406.443.3949 or [email protected]

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