Audubon Missouri, an office of the National Audubon Society

Protecting birds, wildlife, habitats, in Missouri and USA, including oceans. Educational outreach programs instruct, inspire future conservationists. Two Audubon Centers in Missouri -- in Joplin at Riverlands on the Mississippi River not far from the confluence of the Missouri River, provide opportunities to experience and learn about the natural world. Whether you are looking for a hands-on environmental learning experience, a quiet respite in natural surroundings, or a chance to share the beauty and excitement of viewing birds and other wildlife with other enthusiasts, Audubon Centers and sanctuaries are places to connect with nature. There are 11 chapters covering Missouri, offering bird walks, advocacy campaigns, nature outings, educational programs and other events.
* The National Audubon Society, and therefore Audubon Missouri, are represented in many workplace giving campaigns by EarthShare.

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301 Riverlands Way
West Alton, MO
(636) 899-0090