National Audubon Society (USA)
New York, New York, United States
Team size: 201 - 500
About National Audubon Society (USA)
Founders: George Bird Grinnell
Founded date: 1905
Company stage: Other
National Audubon Society operates a network of nature centers and chapters for conserving and restoring natural ecosystems in the United States. It primarily focuses on birds and other wildlife as well as their habitats for enhancing the earth's biological diversity. The company’s chapters and state centers/sanctuaries connect people of various ages and backgrounds with nature facilitating bird walks, advocacy campaigns, nature outings, educational programs, and other events. Its nature centers also operate stores, which offer bird feeders, field guides, videos, calendars, birdseeds, and books, as well as educational toys for children and binoculars for adults. National Audubon Society, Inc. was founded in 1905 and is based in New York with nature centers and program offices in the United States.