Madison Audubon members: You spoke and we listened!
In order to better serve our amazing members, and better tell our story to those who aren't (yet!) members, we've redesigned our site with YOU in mind.
Our new space is structurally simpler, but more visually engaging (to better show off the birds and beautiful places we all love). The new site also has fully responsive design (so you can see everything clearly on your iPad, mobile phone, or desktop) and simplified navigation (yep, the menus on our last site drove us crazy, too).
Here are some great features of the new site that you should know about:
- New informational sites for Goose Pond, Faville Grove, and other lands that Madison Audubon protects and manages - check out the "LAND" tab above
- Better information about our life-changing youth education programs - check out the "EDUCATION" tab above
- Easier ways to find out when field trips, programs, volunteer opportunities, and events are happening - check out the "GET INVOLVED" tab above
- Painless ways to donate and renew or sign up for a membership.
Please know that we're still working on building out sections of the site and bringing over content from the old site to the new one (like our Featured Sanctuary Birds and other news updates) so if you can't find something at the moment, check back regularly or use our fancy new search function! Additionally, all of our web work is being done in-house now, so you can leave a comment on this post, or contact us directly if you have questions on content, and idea for a great story for our new blog, or see an issue that needs to be fixed. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
I've enjoyed the process of creating this new site - the team here at Madison Audubon is excited to make it a more user-friendly, aesthetically pleasing place to visit. Please let us know if there's anything else we can do to make madisonaudubon.org a great place for you to learn and be inspired by our amazing natural world here in south-central Wisconsin!
Happy birding -
Director of Communications & Outreach