The purpose and objective of this Society is to engage in educational, scientific, investigative, literary, historical, philanthropic and charitable pursuits which protect and conserve our natural resources including water, air, soil, plants and wildlife, especially birds, and to stimulate in Indiana public appreciation of the values of such natural resources and the need for their conservation.
Officers of the Indiana Audubon Society
The Indiana Audubon Society is governed by a Board of Directors and meet a minimum of 3 times per year. Officers are members of the Society and include a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. In addition, there are nine (9) elected Directors. The immediate Past President, the Indiana Audubon Quarterly and Cardinal editors and the webmaster also serve as members of the Board of Directors.
View the list of Board of Directors
Board of Director Meetings
The Board of Directors hold three (3) meetings per year. Meeting are held:
- January - Time and place determined by the President
- First weekend in May
- First weekend in October
The standing committees include:
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These committees perform the duties as prescribed in the Standing Rules and those assigned by the President or the Board of Directors.