You are what hope looks like to a bird...
...And our local kids, prairie plants, butterflies, and more! When you contribute to Madison Audubon, your donation stays right here in Wisconsin. What is good for birds is good for the future of ALL of Wisconsin's natural heritage.
Your gifts have a broad local impact, and help foster a healthier environment for us all.
donate to help birds
Your tax-deductible gifts to Madison Audubon Society go directly to important conservation initiatives and innovative nature-based education for learners of all ages. Consider a donation in honor or in memory of a loved one. Other giving options include tax-free charitable IRA distributions and gifts of stock. Find out more here. There are lots of ways to make a difference for birds!
Become a frequent flyer
The Madison Audubon Frequent Flyers is a group of dedicated supporters who make monthly, quarterly, or other recurring gifts. Frequent Flyers spread their support throughout the course of the year to sustain Madison Audubon and our work together. You can become a Frequent Flyer by clicking below to set up automatic recurring gifts. Or just give us a call to set up a giving schedule that works for you.
JOIN OR RENEW AS A MEMBER
Members of Madison Audubon Society join a local community of enthusiastic individuals who value our birds, our environment, and the future that's at stake for all. Find out more about membership options by clicking below.
support THE Sanctuaries Fund
Planning for the future in Wisconsin involves making sure the necessary resources are available to care for the natural resources that we cherish. We are proud to offer an endowment fund specifically for the maintenance, expansion, and enhancement of our wildlife sanctuaries.
join the legacy society
Your love of birds and nature can shape the future. Remembering Madison Audubon in your will or estate plan honors a commitment to our natural world that will protect Wisconsin's amazing birds and share nature with generations to come.
Banner Photo: Sandhill Crane and colt by Arlene Koziol.