Welcome to the Madrone Audubon Society

Madrone Audubon Society

The Sonoma County Chapter of the National Audubon Society was established in 1967 as a non-profit organization promoting education, enjoyment, and protection of the natural world, especially birds.



Madrone Audubon Society

Current Intern Opportunities for SSU Students

Madrone Audubon Society is a 501c3 nonprofit conservation organization, based in Santa Rosa. Madrone Audubon is also the Sonoma County Chapter of National Audubon and enjoys a total membership of close to 3,000. Our organization engages in education and appreciation of birds and wildlife in our amazing habitats here in Sonoma County as well as focuses on many conservation actions to protect and enhance our environment. For more information click here.



Membership Meetings

December 2022 – No Meeting

Monday, January 16, 2022 – 6:30-8:00 pm

Sonoma County Raptors, presented by Larry Broderick

Join Naturalist Larry Broderick to explore natural history, identification, and a regional update. We'll meet via Zoom.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82188971370?pwd=N0V6MVVlMnJ3bnBNSG5kQUdORHd6dz09

Meeting ID: 821 8897 1370
Passcode: 438353
Or call
1 669 444-9171
(same Meeting ID and Passcode)

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New Items

Important Info for Jan. 1 CBC Team Leaders here.

August 23, 2017: Congressman Huffman forum on Marine Sanctuaries

New Citizen Science Opportunities!


It's Nesting Season: trim trees in the Fall!.

Amazon Smile: donate to Madrone when you shop


Birding Quiz - test your skills.

Leaves Newsletter

Newsletter

Carved Bird Pins

In the 1970s, member Tom Olds hand-carved bird pins and sold them to raise money for Madrone Audubon. More