BIRDS - Important Bird Areas

In partnership with others, Iowa Audubon has taken the lead in establishing Iowa's IBAs.

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HABITAT - Our tallgrass prairie

Loss of habitat is the single most threat to wildlife throughout the continent.

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ACTION - Getting involved

Education, protection, restoration, and advocacy - opportunities for all

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More About Us

Iowa Audubon is an organization of people, corporations and other organizations, including National Audubon Society chapters, all interested in improving bird habitat in Iowa. We are a grass-roots organization that maximizes the use of our collective resources to have the largest impact on habitat issues.

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Join Iowa Audubon today and become a part of a network of Iowans working together. Your membership dues and other support allow us to provide advocacy for our environment and support research projects.

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About our logo

"...the board of directors decided that a characteristic native bird should be selected for the group's emblem. After several species were discussed, the Red-headed Woodpecker became an obvious choice."

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Audubon chapters and local clubs

The life blood of grassroots organizations are the people who participate locally in protecting and preserving our natural heritage.

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Publications/Programs

Read our newsletters, schedule a program, or download the Makoke Birding Trail (central Iowa) brochure.

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