Montana Audubon

Birds & Science

Birds & Science

Montana Audubon strives to ensure the long-term survival of our state’s native birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

Conservation Policy

Conservation Policy

Montana Audubon is a respected and influential voice on complex natural resource issues across the state and works with diverse stakeholders.

Education

Education

Education and public outreach are important parts of our conservation work; from our Montana Audubon Center in Billings, our annual festival and other activities.

Montana Audubon

Birds and Beyond

 

Join us in Helena for this year’s Wings Across the Big Sky Birding Festival!

May 31 – June 2 | in partnership with Last Chance Audubon Society

Registration is open!

Visit the Festival page for more information about the event, including field trip descriptions and lodging information:

BIRD FESTIVAL

THANK YOU to our Festival sponsors: Visit Helena, Montana; Montana’s Outdoor Legacy Foundation; Birds & Beasleys; Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks; Valley Bank; Abbott Valley Homestead.

 


Full moon and Greater Sage Grouse in Montana’s Big Hole Valley. Mike Daniels, photo.

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