Organizations In Support
If you are a member of a wildlife conservation organization, birding club, wildlife photography group or any other organization that you believe would benefit from supporting our project, please contact your board members and ask them to publicly support our cause! Email us your organization’s logo and information and we will consider adding you to our list of supporters! If you are an individual seeking to support this project, please go to our “About Us” page and follow the directions there to be listed on that page.
We wish to thank the following organizations for their support for a Federal Wildlife Conservation Stamp:
Altacal Audubon Society‘s Mission is to promote the awareness, appreciation, and protection of native birds and their habitats through education, research and environmental activities.
The Buena Vista Audubon Society Conservation Mission is to help educate BVAS members and the general public on important conservation issues, to influence public policy and programs in order to better protect the natural environment, and to actively support programs to protect, preserve, restore, and enhance natural ecosystems on a local, regional, national, and international level
The mission of Burrowing Owl Conservation Network is to protect and restore Burrowing Owls and their habitats to prevent loss, foster healthy populations, and maintain intact natural communities for an ecologically sound future.
Five Valleys Audubon Society promotes the conservation of natural resources through our birding, conservation and education activities. We are committed to:
- Encouraging the enjoyment of wildlife and our natural heritage
- Educating others about wildlife and the need to live in harmony with nature
- Advocating actions that favor wildlife and environmentally sensitive uses of resources
- Supporting research on wildlife and the environment
- Sharing and supporting the values and objectives of the National Audubon Society and Montana Audubon while focusing on local issues and projects.
The mission of Fresno Audubon is to engage local communities in building a sustainable environment for people, birds, and other wildlife through education, science, and advocacy.
Fresno Audubon hosts educational programs, sponsors field trips, advocates for local environmental conservation, engages community members in outdoor Citizen Science learning opportunities, and publishes the monthly online newsletter “The Yellowbill.”
The Golden Gate Audubon Society engages people to:
- Experience the wonder of birds and translate that wonder into action; and
- Protect native bird populations and their habitats.
The Hartford Audubon Society was founded in 1909 as a non profit organization. The purpose of the Society is to foster and promote public interest in conservation of our wildlife and other natural resources, and the study and protection of birds. It may hold title to land for use as wildlife sanctuaries.
The Knoxville Chapter of the Tennessee Ornithological Society (KTOS) was organized in 1924 to promote the enjoyment, scientific study and conservation of birds. Through educational and conservation activities within our community we raise public awareness of our connection to the natural world.
The mission of the Los Angeles Audubon is to promote the enjoyment and protection of birds and other wildlife through recreation, education, conservation and restoration.
The mission of the Mendocino Coast Audubon Society is to help people appreciate and enjoy native birds, and to conserve and restore local ecosystems for the benefit of native birds and other wildlife.
Menunkatuck Audubon Society is committed to work locally to preserve our natural ecosystems for the benefit of people and the earth’s biodiversity. Through education and conservation activities within our communities, we raise public awareness of environmental issues and connections to the natural world
Mount Diablo Audubon Society, a Chapter of National Audubon serving Contra Costa County, California, is committed to the sustainable balance of our community’s people, birds, other wildlife, and habitat through conservation, education, and advocacy:
- Ensure a high degree of habitat diversity and preservation through an active role in local environmental activities and issues.
- Observe, collect, and report information concerning the status of birds, other wildlife, and habitat.
- Support community organizations with similar goals.
The Ohlone Audubon Society participates in activities that protect and promote birds, other wildlife, and the environment. We are concerned with education about nature and sponsor activities for the enjoyment of our natural surroundings.
The mission of Palomar Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.
Palomar Audubon Society is a chapter of the National Audubon Society serving the north San Diego County, California, communities of Escondido, Poway, Ramona, Valley Center, Rancho Bernardo, and Fallbrook, and extending to the south Riverside County communities of Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore, and surrounding areas.
Covering interior Mendocino County, California from Hopland north through the Sanel and Ukiah valleys to the Mendocino National Forest and including Boonville, Philo, Comptche, Potter Valley, Laytonville, and Covelo.
Promoting the conservation of birds, wildlife, and their natural habitats, Peregrine Audubon provides informative and educational public programs and participates actively as an advocate for environmental conservation.
The mission of the Plumas Audubon Society is to promote understanding, appreciation, and protection of the biodiversity of the Feather River Region through education, research, and the restoration and conservation of natural ecosystems.
They feel that promoting a program aimed at increasing allocations and protection of our wild places can only help restore and conserve our natural ecosystems.
Puget Sound Bird Observatory studies birds and their habitats in the Pacific Northwest to better understand changes in bird populations; to inform decision makers; and to engage the public with birds and their need.
The Redbud Audubon Society was founded in 1975 by a group of conservation minded Lake County Citizens. We are a nonprofit California corporation and operate under the umbrella of the National Audubon Society, one of the biggest and most successful conservation organizations in the Nation.
The Redwood Region Audubon Society‘s mission is: a) act to promote a wise, balanced, responsible, and ethical use of natural systems on a local, national, and global scale; and b) protect the biotic and abiotic components of local, national, and global natural systems.
The Rogue Valley Audubon Society (RVAS) is the leading voice for bird conservation in their area. They have ongoing environmental education programs active in local schools and environmental organizations, several local and regional conservation issues are being addressed, and a field trip program that includes a variety of habitats in Jackson and adjoining counties. They fund local bird research projects and, through the Bob Black Fund, engage in projects to encourage youths to become birders and to recruit new members to RVAS.
Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society‘s Mission is to preserve, to enjoy, to restore and to foster public awareness of native birds and their ecosystems, mainly in Santa Clara County. To accomplish this mission we will:
- Promote scientifically sound conservation strategies for the protection of native ecosystems and demonstrate the value of conservation to the community.
- Educate our diverse community about the benefits of preserving and enjoying nature, focusing on youth education programs, public outreach, and field trips.
- Support research into maintaining, restoring and understanding native ecosystems, particularly those of birds.
- Collaborate with Audubon-California, the National Audubon Society, Audubon Chapters, and other organizations to accomplish our common goals.
San Francisco Bay Info collects and disseminates information about the wildlife of the San Francisco Bay area.
The purposes of the Sonoran Audubon Society are to educate its members and the community about birds, other wildlife, habitats, and the beauty and importance of the complex interactions that make for a healthy environment, and to encourage and support their involvement in the conservation, preservation and restoration of natural ecosystems and of biological diversity.
The mission of the Southern Adirondack Audubon Society is to promote appreciation, conservation, and restoration of natural ecosystems focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of Earth’s biological diversity.
The mission of the Stanislaus Audubon Society is to help people appreciate and enjoy wild birds; to monitor and document wild bird populations; and to promote the conservation of wild birds and their habitats for future generations through education, research, publication, and active citizenship.
The Tennessee Ornithological Society was established in 1915 for the purpose of promoting the science of ornithology in Tennessee, to publish the results of its investigations, to stand for the passage and enforcement of wise and judicious laws for bird protection, and to promote bird study and protection by any other means that may from time to time be deemed advisable. TOS is also the oldest conservation organization in Tennessee.
The Wichita Audubon Society is committed to providing nature education, promoting environmental conservation, and encouraging appreciation of the natural world.
The mission of the Wintu Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity. We promote enjoyment of the natural environment through education and interactive programs.
The Wintu Audubon Society, founded in 1975, is a chapter of the National Audubon Society serving the Redding and the Shasta County area. Supporting an additional income stream for our National Wildlife Refuge System is another way we can help conserve and restore the wild lands we all love.
If your organization is interested in supporting the Wildlife Conservation Stamp project, we want to hear from you! Please consider joining our community by adding your organization’s name to this page — in favor of a new revenue stamp for our National Wildlife Refuges. Just click over to our SUBMISSION FORM to send us your information. Or, email us with any questions and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.