Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect Montana's natural heritage.
Montana Audubon is a statewide grassroots non-profit organization made up of members and supporters from across the state of Montana and beyond. It is governed by a Board of Trustees consisting of representatives from each of the Audubon chapters in Montana and other dedicated conservation leaders who share a common interest in implementing Montana Audubon’s goals and mission.
Although Montana Audubon works in partnership with local National Audubon chapters In Montana, we are independent and rely on your support to conduct our important work and achieve our mission. Montana Audubon is neither funded nor administered by the National Audubon Society or any other organization.
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.