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Audubon Action Center

Member of
Brown County Conservation Alliance

Wisconsin Audubon Council

© 2019 Northeastern WI Audubon Society, Inc.




Read Audubon magazine online, envir-onmental issues and political action, birds and science, state chapters.

Current phenology, natural history workshops by Cofrin Center staff and students on the following biodiversity topics: plants, animals, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, arthropods, spiders, and insects

Natural Resources Foundation

Information on state natural areas, field trips to these sites, and conservation protection opportunities.

A wildlife preserve and learning center in northwest Wisconsin, open to all, dedicated to fostering understanding, appreciation and protection of the environment.

Extensive, up-to-date library collection of environmental education materials for teachers and home to seven active programs serving state environmental educators and students.

Bird conservation, landscaping for birds, field trips, lectures, meetings, speaker’s bureau.

Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II Citizen science-based comprehensive survey documenting breeding bird distribution across Wisconsin. Anyone is welcome to participate. Learn more on how to get involved.
Field trips, science forums, workshops, and special events throughout the state.
Click on "Featured Exhibits" on the homepage.

Learn more about how the Audubon society began.

Bird City Wisconsin

Bird City Wisconsin offers highly visible public recognition to those communities that succeed in educating others and implementing many sound conservation practices.

Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative Great WI Birding Trail maps, Bird Monitoring Surveys, Bird Habitat Plans. Goal: to deliver the full spectrum of bird conservation through regionally-based, biologically-driven, landscape-oriented partnerships.
NEW Foodshed Connecting Consumers with Providers of Sustainably Grown and Produced Agricultural Products in Northeastern Wisconsin
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership

Education and coordination to support local community efforts to maintain or improve the health of our natural resources in Manitowoc, Kewaunee, Door and portions of Calumet, Brown, and Sheboygan counties.

Guide to Bird-Watching A free beginners guide on bird-watching, including topics on how to use binoculars, how to find birds, how to identify birds, birding ethics, etc.
Birdwatching Basics A free beginners guide on identifying birds.
Wild Ones A national group with headquarters in Neenah that promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities.
Endangered resources, fishing, forestry, invasive species, wetlands, wildlife management, regulation and licensing.


P.O. Box 1, Green Bay, WI 54305