Center COVID-19 Response
COVID UPDATE, 4/26/20
Per Montana Governor Steve Bullock’s phased reopening of Montana businesses: Starting on Monday, April 27th, the offices of Montana Audubon and the Montana Audubon Center will be open on a limited basis, per the Governor’s recommendations. Please feel free to contact us at any time! Montana Audubon Center in Billings will resume programs on a case-by-case basis starting on Monday, May 11th, and staff will be contacting any and all program participants with more information. All public and community programs continue to be suspended, and the building will continue to be closed to the public. As always, our trails and grounds are open for walking, biking, birdwatching, and other nature enjoyment, though we ask that no pets be brought on premises and that visitors continue to follow social distancing guidelines as outlined by state and local health authorities.
For more than ten years, Montana Audubon has provided place-based conservation education programs in Billings. We are based at the Norm Schoenthal Field Lab and 54 acres of restored habitat, located adjacent to the Yellowstone River park system and the city-wide Heritage Trail. Our programs serve a critical role in connecting individuals, especially youth, to the natural world. They also are a key component of building a conservation ethic in future generations, thus growing and sustaining the policy and science work associated with the Audubon name.