Bighorn Audubon offers engaging programs, field trips to observe birds, and conservation campaigns. Bighorn Audubon is an independent non-profit organization affiliated with the National Audubon Society. The local chapter is the core strength of the Audubon network and plays a critical role on behalf of birds, wildlife and people.
Bighorn Audubon is a grassroots community that works for the protection of birds and habitats for the benefit of our communities and the region.
Bighorn Audubon envisions a community where birds, wildlife, and their habitats are valued and protected.
A Diverse Community
Bighorn Audubon is a diverse grassroots community of members united by a passion for wildlife and the outdoors and a strong desire to protect nature for generations to come. Our community includes National Audubon Society members and local chapter members from northeastern Wyoming: Big Horn, Campbell, Crook, Johnson, Sheridan, Weston, and eastern Washakie Counties.
More Than 50 Years of Protecting Regional Birds
Bighorn Audubon has been active in the region since 1970. Together, we share a rich cultural and biological history within the Bighorn Mountains Region of Wyoming. The counties we serve represent a diversity of habitats from the alpine tundra of the Cloud Peak Wilderness in the Bighorn Mountains to the eastern Thunder Basin National Grasslands.
Protecting Nature through Conservation, Advocacy, and Education
Our conservation activities involve collecting valuable data about birds across the Bighorn region and working to protect their habitats. As advocates for wildlife, we seek to influence public policy by giving government officials the facts they need to make sound decisions. Our field trips and outings are designed to excite and educate people about birds. All our projects depend on the participation of dedicated volunteers and the support of committed individual donors.