About Montana Audubon
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 Audubon Chapters.
In September 2013 we completed our new strategic plan, which serves as the guide for our conservation work for the time-period 2013-2018. We thank our volunteer Board of Directors for their tireless efforts in the development of this plan.
You can download our Strategic Plan's Executive Summary here.
Montana Audubon works through and with people to identify and conserve vital ecological systems for birds and other wildlife.
Montana Audubon employs highly integrated Education, Advocacy and Citizen Science Programs to address and abate those threats, always focused on people taking conservation action.
Montana Audubon develops these programs often at a local level, striving to make them applicable to wide and diverse audiences, modified to local interests, concerns and needs. We have sharply-focused, community-based programs with multiple tools to assist people in attaining the inspiration, knowledge and desire to take positive, conservation action to conserve these vital ecological systems.
Founded in 1976, Montana Audubon has steadily built a program to serve Montana's 10 Audubon chapters: Bitterroot Audubon (Bitterroot Valley), Five Valleys Audubon (Missoula area), Flathead Audubon (Kalispell area), Last Chance Audubon (Helena area), Mission Mountain Audubon (Mission Valley), Pintler Audubon (Butte-Dillon area), Rosebud Audubon (Miles City area), Sacajawea Audubon (Bozeman area), Upper Missouri Breaks (Great Falls area), and Yellowstone Valley Audubon (Billings area). The state office opened in 1989.