Become a member of Audubon and join a community of people who
care about nature.
Together, we can create a world in which birds,
other wildlife and people can all thrive. Whether it's through our
national network of chapters, our nature centers and sanctuaries or
through Audubon's many scientific, educational and advocacy programs, we
will help you to make a difference in your home, backyard and community.
Be a silent partner if you must, never
attend a meeting if you don't have the time, but join and make a
difference by that act. Plus receive information about Tulsa Audubon,
and get our newsletter, the Tulsa Scissortail, to learn about local
events. Learn the birds of your area on our many field trips, enjoy the
monthly programs, and help children and adults appreciate the world
around us through our outreach efforts.
Thank you for joining Audubon!
New members may join at the special introductory rate of $20 for the
first year. This provides full
membership in both National Audubon and Tulsa Audubon and includes four
issues of Audubon Magazine.
For additional membership
information contact John
Kennington via email or at 918-809-6325.
For new National/Local you may join online below, or mail your check to:
Tulsa Audubon Society
P.O. Box 330140
Tulsa, OK 74133
Join Audubon Online
Both the National Audubon
Society and the Tulsa Audubon Society are nonprofit 501(c)3
To renew you National/Local Audubon
membership return the renewal form you receive from National Audubon.
You may renew you Local-Only Membership
by sending a check to the above address.
Here are 4 great reasons to support one of America's
foremost conservation groups.
1. Sound Science and Rigorous Research are the basis for Audubon's
winning plans to protect wetlands, ancient forests, fisheries and other
2. Effective Advocacy from Congress to the courts has won key victories
for birds, other wildlife and their habitats.
3. Excellence in Education is Audubon's hallmark, from our more that 100
Centers, to classrooms, summer camps, ecology workshops, television,
publications, and our electronic network of activists.
4. One of the broadest memberships of any environmental organization spans more than 500 local chapters in
the Americas. Recently, thousands of members joined forces and signed an
Environmental Bill of Rights urging Congress to protect our right to a
safe and healthy environment.
Join the National Audubon Society and your local chapter, the Tulsa
Audubon Society, and enter a world filled with fellowship, birds,
wildlife, knowledge, action, beauty, growth, value and adventure.