The Duval Audubon Society is a member of The National Audubon Society.
Founded in 1939, the Duval Audubon Society is one of 45 chapters of Audubon Florida as well as a member of the National Audubon Society. We currently have approximately 1,500 members in Clay, Duval and Nassau counties and are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Our chapter is dedicated to the enjoyment of birds and other wildlife. We have a primary focus on the preservation of a diversity of species and habitats, through education, conservation, environmental leadership and community involvement. We offer a variety of field trips, programs and volunteer opportunities that are open for anyone to attend.
Browse through this web site, attend one of our field trips or meetings, or contact any of our board members if you would like more information about our activities.
If you would like to become a member of our organization, and we hope you will, if you haven't already, go to our Become a Member - Join Audubon page to find out how!