Protecting Birds and Habitat Through Education, Restoration and Research
SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 1910, the Los Angeles Audubon Society has come a long way in serving its mission to protect and preserve birds and their habitat. In recent years LAAS's educational programs have grown significantly in scope and achievements, creating an opportunity for a new standalone nonprofit that can focus on education.
The new organization, the Nature Nexus Institute, is committed to providing an equitable, diverse and inclusive voice in the environmental movement. NNI will run existing youth education and internship programs while expanding youth and community engagement. The Institute is a complementary organization to Los Angeles Audubon Society, and will share some activities.
Los Angeles Audubon will continue to run its evening programs, bird walks, field trips and conservation programs, for example, the community science monitoring programs where you can collect important data on native birds.
Becoming a member of LA Audubon and the Nature Nexus Institute not only helps protect local birds, it provides important opportunities to build community and educate LA youth about concrete ways they can improve the environment.
|PHONE NUMBER||(323) 876-0202|
|FORMS OF PAYMENT|
|SERVICES PROVIDED||Environment, Wildlife Conservation, Birds, Education, Nonprofit|
|MISSION STATEMENT||"The mission of the Los Angeles Audubon Society is to promote the enjoyment and protection of birds, other wildlife, and their habitats throughout the diverse landscapes of the Los Angeles area, and to stimulate popular interest in and access to nature for all Los Angeles communities."|
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How You Can Pitch In
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- Check our website for event updates and free bird/nature walks.
- You can support both organizations through LA Audubon, and you can renew your LA Audubon membership here: www.laaudubon.org/give
- Feel free to designate your gift; all support for the education programs will contribute to the new Nature Nexus Institute.