to identify, protect and restore Iowa's bird habitats, to educate Iowa's citizens
toward a greater level of conservation awareness, and to promote enjoyment and greater
pride in Iowa's natural ecosystems, birds, other wildlife.
In partnership with others, Iowa Audubon has taken the lead in establishing Iowa's
Loss of habitat is the singlemost threat to wildlife throughout the continent.
Education, protection, restoration, and advocacy -
opportunities for all
Join Iowa Audubon today and become a part of a network of Iowans working together.
"...the board of directors decided that a characteristic native bird should be selected
for the group's emblem. After several species were discussed, the Red-headed Woodpecker
became an obvious choice."
The life blood of grassroots organizations are the people who participate locally
in protecting and preserving our natural heritage.
Apr 23, 2013
BIRDING & BIKING AT PORT LOUISA NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE SATURDAY, MAY 4
Mar 11, 2013
Iowa Young Birders to Visit Audubon Important Bird Areas
Sep 09, 2012
Join us at the 2012 Pelican Festival at the Hawkeye Wildlife Area in Johnson County for a day of fun-filled outdoor activities.
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