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Join and Support Tucson Audubon

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We invite you to b
e a part of a community that values and protects birds and our natural world

Founded in 1949, Tucson Audubon Society is southern Arizona's leading non-profit engaging people in the conservation of birds and their habitats. With your support, we involve people through recreational birding, extend their horizons through education programs, and engage them in conservation actions from planting trees and counting birds, to working with local, state, and national policy makers.

There are many ways you can support Tucson Audubon. Please join us and make a difference for birds and your quality of life, right here in southeast Arizona!  

Membership

Take the first step and become a Friend of Tucson Audubon.  Get connected with our quarterly newsletter, Vermilion Flycatcher, and weekly e-news updates. Receive members-only benefits including: exclusive discounts on classes and trips, and 10% off purchases in our Nature Shops. Click here to learn more about the benefits of membership. 

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Frequent Flyer
Monthly Donor Club

Monthly giving through automatic credit card or bank withdrawals is convenient, secure, and simply one of the best ways you can support Tucson Audubon's programs. It's good for birds and the environment! 

Here is how it works.


Honorary and Memorial Donations

Celebrate someone special with a gift in their honor or memory, or commemorate special occasions like birthdays, weddings, or retirement. Make a tribute gift online now using our secure online donation form.  If you would like us to notify someone that you have made a gift in their honor or in memory of a loved one, we will send a card to tell them of your generous gift to Tucson Audubon. For assistance, please call us at 520-209-1802.


Matching Gifts: Double Your Support with No Additional Cost to You

Many companies will match donations their employees or retirees make to charitable organizations. Check with your employer to see if they offer a matching gift program. If they do, please inform your HR office that you are making a donation to Tucson Audubon Society and they will provide the necessary paperwork to double or even triple your gift!

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Birthday Fund

We invite you to share your happy birthday celebration by making a gift to Tucson Audubon and making a difference for birds!  You will receive a special birdy birthday card, along wtih our gift to you, a 15% discount voucher for one purchase at our Nature Shops during your birthday month. Birthday Fund donors will be acknowledged in the Vermilion Flycatcher. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for info on how to join.


Donate Your Time and Talent!

We want you! Tucson Audubon offers a wide range of fun and fulfilling volunteer opportunities. Read more...

 

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Tucson Audubon Society is an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our tax ID# is 86-6053779
Questions?
Please contact Diana Rosenblum, Membership and Development Manager at (520) 629-0510 x7002

 

 

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Why I Support Tucson Audubon

Passing It Forward with Tucson Audubon
"When I first joined Audubon over 45 years ago I barely knew a warbler from a woodpecker, Peregrine Falcons and Bald Eagles were on the edge of extinction in the lower 48 states, cattle were stomping out the saguaros in Saguaro National Monument and we knew next to nothing about bird population trends. Much has changed in those years. Audubon volunteers taught me the wonders and complexity of birds and their environment. I'm now proud to be a Tucson Audubon Field Trip Leader working to train the next generation of birders. We don't just teach them to identify birds, we also teach them about which species are in trouble and what can be done to help. Past efforts by Tucson Audubon and others have not been in vain. I now see Peregrine Falcons from my Tucson home every year. Cattle no longer graze Saguaro National Park and the saguaro forest is recovering. Through Tucson's Audubon's unique Tucson Bird Count and the USGS Breeding Bird Survey I've been able to help add real scientific data on bird populations. The Tucson Bird Count now has the nation's best data on urban bird populations. These are the world's largest Citizen Science projects. All these activities have added great richness to my life and I want to be sure that they continue."

- Richard Carlson, Full-time Birder, Biker and Rotarian / Part-time Economist