St. Louis Audubon Society

St. Louis Audubon Society (SLAS) was established in 1916 as the St Louis Bird Club. In 1944, the Bird Club became the first local Audubon chapter in the United States. Today, the chapter consists of nearly 3,000 members across the region that includes portions of 11 counties in Missouri and Illinois and the City of St. Louis. The St Louis Audubon Society aims to:
1) Conserve native plants, animals, and their habitats
2) Understand the environmental interrelationships of man with these natural resources and abiotic resources like soil, air and water
3) Promote and support the protection and conservation of our local, regional, and global natural systems
4) Support conservation and environmental research
The St Louis Audubon Society maintains an active calendar of events including birding trips, meetings and special events. If you are interested in finding out more about joining the St Louis Audubon Society, go to their web site and select "Resources"

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PO Box 220227
St. Louis, MO
(314) 599-7390