Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society

22221 McClellan Road
Cupertino, CA 95014

408-252-3747

The Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society was founded in 1926 and with over 3,000 members is one of the largest National Audubon Society chapters in California. We welcome new members who want to learn about birds and the environment or want to participate in our many fun activities.

Our 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, particluarly those of birds.

Collaborate with Audubon-California, the National Audubon Society, Audubon Chapters, and other organizations to accomplish our common goals

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