Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.
Our mission is to promote appreciation, knowledge and conservation of Montana’s native birds, other wildlife, and natural ecosystems to safeguard biological diversity for current and future generations. Founded in 1976, we have built effective programs in public policy, education, and bird conservation to serve our members and Montana’s nine community-based National Audubon Chapters.
Learn more about the Audubon family: Three Levels of Audubon
Details about our Helena and Billings-based staff and our current board of directors can be found here.
Find links to local Montana chapters of National Audubon here.
Learn about our Conservation Awards program.