The mission of the National Audubon Society is 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.
The mission of the Wabash Valley Audubon Society is the same as the N.A.S. mission. Additionally to further this mission WVAS is involved in appropriate projects to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, interact with other local organizations and groups with similar concerns, and provide educational opportunities to the local community to increase their awareness, appreciation, and involvement in the natural world that surrounds them.
A Reminder to our Readers
The newsletter, Nature News & Notes, is published five times a year - September, October/November, December/January, February/March, April/May. The Wabash Valley Audubon Society meets September through the month of May. Our recent newsletters may be read on this website under the "Publications" menu.
Everyone is welcome to join us regardless of birding and nature expertise level. In fact, most members join us simply to learn more about the natural world around them.
James H. Mason Award
The James Mason Award is awarded at our annual banquet dinner every Spring to an individual or group that has demonstrated a commitment to bird conservation and/or environmental education in Indiana, particularly in the Wabash Valley.
Accepting nominations now until March 1, 2019. Please send nominations to Morgan Chaney at email@example.com. Include a short bio of your nominee and reasoning for the nomination.