Bird conservation is at the core of what we do.
Photo: Sean Fitzgerald
In 1999, on an exploratory hike, amateur naturalist David Hurt discovered a stand of flowering dogwoods (Cornus florida), a rare and remarkable find, as the flowering dogwood is common to the Pineywoods and post oak belts of East Texas, but is generally absent from shallow clay soils of limestone regions to the West. This was the first of many rare flora and fauna discoveries in Dogwood Canyon. Learn more about our rare, wild habitat, it's wildlife, and how you can help our conservation efforts.
Help wildlife by participating in real scientific data collection. It's fun, good for you, and connects you to people all over the world monitoring species for science.
Volunteering is an exciting and rewarding way to participate with Audubon.
We offer summer camp, kayaking programs, birding classes, guided hikes, and more.
Come join our staff and help us carry out our efforts to conserve and restore natural ecosystems to benefit both humanity and the earth’s biological diversity!