Audubon's conservation, advocacy, and education efforts in Arkansas would not be possible without generous supporters.
American Goldfinch on Rudbeckia. Photo: Lucy Franco
Since 2000, Audubon Arkansas has protected birds and the places they need--- inspiring people to enjoy, appreciate, and care for the natural world. 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. In 2021, the Arkansas state office joined with Audubon state offices in Louisiana and Mississippi to work together as Audubon Delta. Our offices in Little Rock continue operations as our work in Arkansas moves forward along with more regional collaboration for greater conservation outcomes.
Audubon's on-the-ground programs in Arkansas are the cornerstone of our ability to protect birds right here at home, but we can't do it without your help. Click here to donate.
Since 2010, the Little Rock Audubon Center has been home to the Arkansas office and served as our environmental education hub.
Located in the historic African-American community of Granite Mountain, the Center hosts field trips for central Arkansas K-12 students. Additional enrichment programming focuses on the needs of underserved, low-income communities in Little Rock. Audubon staff now educate nearly 3,000 K-12 students, families, and adults each year at the Center, in classrooms, and at natural sites throughout the state.
The Center showcases Audubon's commitment to creating bird-friendly communities through native plant landscaping and habitat restoration and is 100% solar-powered. Four miles of trails wind through 400 acres of diverse habitat, including globally rare nepheline syenite glades, all within minutes of downtown Little Rock.
Your contribution will support our ongoing environmental education and habitat management efforts that benefit birds and people. Click here to donate.