About Us

Audubon Arkansas Mission & History

Audubon Arkansas was established in 2000 as the 25th state office of the National Audubon Society.

To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.

“We envision a state where the love and respect for nature is a cultural legacy. Communities are engaged in responsible stewardship, protecting and conserving our native environment for future generations.

Audubon Arkansas will inspire and lead environmental education, resource management, habitat restoration, bird conservation and enlightened advocacy.”

Audubon Arkansas Board of Trustees and Staff, January 2004

Audubon Arkansas was established in 2000 as a state office of the National Audubon Society. 

Audubon Arkansas is engaged in:

  1. the restoration and protection of
    watersheds and other habitats important to birds and other wildlife;
  2. citizen involvement in science and habitat protection;
  3. environmental education for young people;
  4. public outreach and education related to targeted policy initiatives, including climate change and water issues.

Audubon Arkansas
4500 Springer Blvd.
Little Rock, AR 72206
(501) 244-2229 tel
(501) 244 2231 fax

Monday-Friday, 9-5
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How you can help, right now

Audubon Arkansas, Audubon Louisiana, and Audubon Mississippi have joined forces to become Audubon Delta.