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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.

Summer 2024 Outings

Bring binoculars and wear outdoor clothing suitable for the weather forecast. Our outings are free for members and the public. (We may have binoculars to loan for your outing.)

Thursday, June 13, 8:30-10:30 A
Riverfront Regional Park, Windsor
Leader: Janet Bosshard
Take US 101 North, take Windsor River Road Exit.  Turn left and proceed to Eastside Road. Turn left and go about 2 miles.  Park Permit is required. We will meet near the Redwood grove/restrooms. Info: (707) 480-3432.

Thursday, July 11, 8:30-10:30 AM
West County Trail, Forestville
Janet Bosshard
Near Forestville, between Graton and Forestville. Traveling north on Highway 116, turn left onto Ross Station Road. The parking lot will be on your left. We will walk the path to the sewer ponds and back. Info: (707) 480-3432.

Thursday, August 8, 8:30-10:30 AM
Campbell Cove, Bodega Bay
: Janet Bosshard
Hwy #1 North, take a left onto Bay Flat Road to Westside Road. We will meet in the Campbell Cove, Hole-in-the Head parking lot, just before you go up the hill to the Bodega Head lot and view the Pacific Ocean. Info: (707) 480-3432

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.

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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


Carved Bird Pins

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