Montana Audubon strives to ensure the long-term survival of our state’s native birds, other wildlife and their habitats.
Montana Audubon is a respected and influential voice on complex natural resource issues across the state and works with diverse stakeholders.
Education and public outreach are important parts of our conservation work; from our Montana Audubon Center in Billings, our annual festival and other activities.
Founded in 1976, Montana Audubon is an independent, statewide conservation organization whose mission is to promote appreciation, knowledge and conservation of Montana’s native birds, other wildlife, and natural ecosystems and to safeguard biological diversity for current and future generations.
In our vision for the future, we seek to create an environment in which all of Montana’s native bird species have healthy, sustainable populations, ensured by long-term habitat security. Montana Audubon uses science, conservation education and engages in public policy work to protect our state’s incomparable wildlife and landscapes.
We hope you enjoy navigating our website. You will find a great deal of news and information herein on bird and wildlife conservation across the vast state of Montana.
If you have questions or comments about our work or anything found on this site, feel free to contact us here.