M adison Audubon works to inspire, educate, and engage people with the natural world through birds.
Madison Audubon is supported by a network of over 3,000 members who are passionate about birds and conservation in south-central Wisconsin. Our love of birds is the heart of our work.
Since its beginnings as a birding club in 1935, Madison Audubon Society has grown in scale and in vision: it is our belief that birds make life better - and that birds are a catalyst that inspire people to make changes that benefit our communities and the environment. MAS staff and volunteers actively manage over 1,500 acres of land, provide free education opportunities throughout the region, and bring engaging nature-based education to youth in south-central Wisconsin.
Want to join our flock? There are plenty of ways to get involved: become a member and make a difference locally, visit our two beautiful sanctuaries, or volunteer with our nature-based youth education programs.