Audubon Maryland-DC works for science-based policies protecting our forests, wetlands, rivers, coast and other important areas so that our natural heritage will be preserved for generations to come. Our approaches to this work emphasize collaborations with other conservation groups, land trusts, government, industry, and private citizens. As a state office of the National Audubon Society, we seek to connect our 7,000 grassroots members to larger state and national networks pursuing environmental protection.
- The Important Bird Areas (IBAs) of Maryland provide the focal points for our policy efforts and conserving and defending these vital areas remain our highest priority.
- Join our scientists and naturalists on either side of the bay to participate in one or more of our citizen science volunteer opportunities
- To get the latest action alerts on other national conservation issues, go to Audubon’s Take Action page.