Indiana Audubon is expanding upon it’s pilot Indiana Young Birders Network, with an expanded and updated position for IAS’s 125th Anniversary. The Youth & Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for furthering Indiana Audubon’s mission through public outreach and instruction in Indiana, specializing in youth and family education in the Indianapolis area. The Coordinator develops, implements, and manages birding programs and activities with the aim of promoting conservation, education, and appreciation of birds and their habitats. For more information, check our current job openings page.
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The Indiana Audubon Society is hosting its annual spring birding gathering at its Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary, outside Connersville,...
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For immediate release: November 15, 2021 Indiana Audubon has received a $18,000 challenge grant from the Efroymson Family Fund...
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Indiana Audubon Society believes strongly in making birding a safe and accessible activity for all people, regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
We believe continuing efforts, discussions and action, no matter how uncomfortable at times, are needed to further ensure that birding and nature enjoyment is safe and accessible for everyone. We pledge to continue to support those that share our values and strive to make the outdoors truly accessible for everyone.