Montana Audubon

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Montana Audubon License Plate

Show Your Support for Birds and Conservation

You can make a meaningful impact towards the birds of Montana by simply purchasing a Montana Audubon Bird Habitat license plate. The cost of the specialty plate is added to your current vehicle registration fee, but with an initial cost of only $40 and an annual renewal rate of $20, it won’t break your pocketbook! Your $20 is tax deductible and goes directly to support local bird conservation through Audubon’s Education, Science, and Policy programs. You don’t have to wait until your current plates expire. Simply go to your county’s Department of Motor Vehicles (bring your old plates with you) to purchase your Bird Habitat plate today.

As a proud owner of this eye-catching plate, your vehicle will feature an American Avocet, Ruddy Duck, Lewis’s Woodpecker, and a trio of Black-billed Magpies – on a Rocky Mountain Front backdrop. Proudly show your support for bird conservation and support Montana Audubon’s work to ensure long-term protection for critical native bird and wildlife habitat!

Collector’s Plates Available
Montana Audubon is also allowing collectors to purchase license plates. These collector plates are not for vehicle use. There are two types of collector plates available:

  • Standardized collectors plates cost $35 per plate. These collector plates feature the text “AAA-000.”
  • Collectors can also buy personalized plates for $60. This custom plate features any custom text you wish, from 2 to 6 alpha-numeric characters (no fewer than 2 characters, no more than 6) (EXAMPLE: “BIRDER”). If you would like a half-space or dash inserted between any of the characters on your plate, please specify that information in the letter that accompanies your check. The plates cannot contain anything offensive or misleading.

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