Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.
Montana Audubon’s bi-annual newsletter in PDF format.
Our Spring 2022 Newsletter has been published! We hope you enjoy reading about our recent accomplishments and activities. Our theme this spring centered around expansion: expanding habitat, expanding, staff, and expanding protections. Read on and join in our celebration.
We also invite you to explore our website and learn more about our ongoing programs.
See the link below.
Montana Bird Distribution is a book of maps showing the distribution of 427 bird species found in Montana. The book uses bird sightings submitted by volunteers and professionals to identify where birds are found in the state; it is a compilation of approximately 900,000 bird observations. The 7th Edition of this important reference book is available for purchase at $15, plus $5 shipping and handling ($20 total). Order today.
This book is accompanied by a current Bird Checklist for Montana. Paper copies are now available.
We partnered with Bitterroot Audubon and Five Valleys Audubon to craft these brochures, designed for landowners who live along Montana waterways and have opportunities to manage their lands with birds in mind.
To receive a copy of this publication, contact Amy Seaman, Conservation Program Manager: [email protected]