Please Consider Donating to Sacramento Audubon Society for BDOG
(You can make early donations beginning April 15th)
This is Sacramento Audubon Society’s 4th year to participate in Big Day of Giving. Big Day of Giving is a 24 hour ‘giving challenge’ that enables local non-proﬁts to obtain needed funds for their missions and programs. Last year Sacramento Audubon Society received over $2,700 for this single-day-giving event THANKS to many of you! Sacramento Audubon Society has several important areas or programs to fund each year which include:
*Sacramento Audubon Society work to preserve and maintain the wonderful Bobelaine Wildlife Sanctuary.
*Education for both adults and youth on wild birds and their environments.
*Support toward both legislative eﬀorts and research that helps protect wild birds and their habitats.
If you would like to help Sacramento Audubon Society advocate for wild birds and their habitats, please put May 2nd on your calendar! You can donate ONLINE at http://www.bigdayofgiving.org/sacramentoaudubon on Thursday, May 2nd from midnight to midnight! Your donations also can be made in advance at the same web address starting April 15th! There is a minimum online donation of $15.
Please mention to your friends and family that Sacramento Audubon Society is a great non-profit option to support on Big Day of Giving!! There is detailed information about Sacramento Audubon Society’s mission and programs available on our proﬁle at:
a) promote the protection and scientific study of wild birds; b) promote the enjoyment and appreciation of wild birds through community outreach; c) provide, encourage and support environmental educational opportunities; and d) provide proactive leadership in the conservation of open space in the Sacramento region.
SAS is an incorporated 501c3 non profit organization located in the Central Valley of Northern California.
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What is Sacramento Audubon Society All About?
The Sacramento Audubon Society is a non-profit organization that values birds, non-avian wildlife, and the habitats needed for themto flourish.We continue to work to educate the public about the value of birds and nature, and we strive to protect bird habitats in the Sacramento area and beyond.
The Sacramento Valley is in the Pacific Flyway which is the bird migration route from the north slope of Alaska to the southern tip of South America. In Sacramento County, one may see as many as250 species of birds. Sacramento Audubon Society schedules weekly local trips and hikes for nature lovers of all ages and abilities to explore the birds of our area. The trips spannorth to Sacramento Wildlife Refuge, east to the Sierra Nevada foothills andmountains, south to the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, and west to the Pacific Ocean (see map). In this region, one may see up to 400 species of birds, many of them Pacific Flyway migrants!
Become a member of Sacramento Audubon Society to enjoy the benefits it offers and the opportunities to participate in conservation, preservation, and educational programs and activities. Membership also includes a monthly newsletter, The Observer. The Observer keeps members updated on local conservation issues, legislative and advocacy alerts, and Sacramento Audubon Society’s many wonderful activities.
Sacramento Audubon Society membership dues and donations are used strictly for local programs and conservation efforts. For details about Membership, scroll down.
Donate to support Sacramento Audubon Society’s mission to help protect birds and their natural habitats! Click here to donate using either your credit card or Paypal.
Interested in volunteering to support Sacramento Audubon Society’s local programs?
Sacramento Audubon Society Inc. $25.00 per year per household (these funds stay with the Sacramento Audubon Society).
Dues-paying members will receive the Society newsletter "The Observer". They may attend local field trips; general meetings; serve on and chair committees and serve on the Board of Directors. Joining SAS does not automatically make you a member of the National Audubon Society - see below how to join National Audubon. The only way to get the local newsletter "The Observer" is to become a member of the Sacramento Audubon Society. Your dues are used for local programs. The Sacramento Audubon Society does not share, sell, or trade its members names or contact information with other organizations or interests.
If you want to make a donation In Honor, On Behalf, or In Memory Of please fill out this form, so we may acknowldge your kindness. Send to above Sacramento Audubon address.
National Audubon Society $20.00 a year for introductory membership (thereafter $30.00), $15.00 seniors and students, Basic membership $35, Lifetime: individual $1,000, dual $1,500.
You will receive the Audubon Magazine (4) times a year and are automatically members of the local Sacramento Audubon Society and may attend local field trips; general meetings; serve on and chair committees and serve on the Board of Directors. (Does not give you the local chapter newsletter). Make check payable to "National Audubon Society". To sign up on line, go here (or go to the National Audubon Society Web site, curser over "Give Now" and click on "Join Audubon".