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Volunteer-based surveys allow for quick identification of Important Bird Areas.
The Audubon MD-DC IBA Program utilizes Bird Blitz surveys in an effort to identify areas throughout the state which are critical habitat for birds of conservation concern.
Monthly Bird Walks on the Last Saturday of Every Month
Visit one of Maryland's two Audubon Centers working to connect people with nature.
Our 400-acre wildlife sanctuary located in Easton, MD provides a close up look at habitats indicative of the Eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
More than 200 species of birds have been sighted at the 200-acre urban oasis of Patterson Park located in Southeast Baltimore.
Audubon's local chapters can bring you bird walks, advocacy campaigns, nature outings, educational programs and other events.
A network of over 12,000 Audubon members in Maryland making strides for birds every day.