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The mission of Audubon Dallas is the conservation of birds and other wildlife, the protection of habitat and biodiversity, and the provision of education and opportunities for our entire community to observe and appreciate birds and nature.
Audubon Dallas was incorporated in 1973 as a chapter of the National Audubon Society. Today, Audubon Dallas consists of approximately 1,500 members with a focus on birds and wildlife. One of our primary goals is to raise funds in order to expand our current programs, field trips and volunteer efforts in order to reach more children and family groups. We hope these family programs will foster discussions in the home, and make every family aware of the important role it plays in the local environmental community. We teach about our local flora and fauna including the importance of the preservation of local ecosystems through conservation. We publish a bi-monthly newsletter and keep records of the birds of Dallas County.
Audubon Dallas manages several nature preserves and sanctuaries, including the 630-acre Cedar Ridge Preserve in southwest dallas County.
Audubon Dallas has an all-volunteer Board of Directors and Officers.
- Chuck Siegel, President
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