Chicago Audubon Society

5801-C N. Pulaski
Chicago, IL 60646


About Us:

Founded in 1971, the Chicago Audubon Society’s mission is to promote the understanding and appreciation of nature, and to aid in the conservation and restoration of our natural ecosystems for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biodiversity. Chicago Audubon carries out its mission through a combination of education, stewardship and research programs, supported by fundraising efforts designed to further involve Chicago Audubon Society members in their favorite pastime, observing and studying birds and other wildlife.

Since its inception, CAS has led education campaigns, conducted research programs, provided stewardship to enhance birding opportunities and habitat for birds and other wildlife, and catalyzed the development of new networks, bird counts, monitoring activities, conferences, publications and award ceremonies. This multitude of activities and programming all ultimately aim to expand the constituency that appreciates nature, to provide critical management information to local, regional and state planning and legislative bodies, and to promote conservation of valuable habitat and wildlife.

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