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Audubon Dallas

Audubon Dallas supports 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. Founded in 1973, Audubon Dallas consists of approximately 1,500 members with a focus on birds and wildlife. One of our primary goals is 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 the next generation's awareness of the important role it plays in the local environmental community. Through volunteer-based field trips and outreach, Audubon Dallas teaches the community about local flora and fauna, as well as the importance of the preservation of local ecosystems through conservation. Audubon Dallas publishes a bi-monthly newsletter and keeps records of the birds of Dallas County.