Audobon Society of Central Oklahoma

OUR MISSION: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats for the benefit of earth and earth’s biological diversity.

Become a member and join a community of people who care about nature. How to join? Go to the National Audubon Society website and join online. By joining, you will be a member of National Audubon Society and automatically become a member of our chapter if you live in central Oklahoma. Even if you do not have the ability, time or inclination to get involved with our local chapter functions, we appreciate your membership since your dues help support us.

 

“Together, we can create a world in which birds, other wildlife and people can all thrive. Whether it’s through our national network of chapters, our nature centers and sanctuaries or through Audubon’s many scientific, educational and advocacy programs, we will help you to make a difference in your home, backyard and community.”        Contact us at j.cunningham4@cox.net for more information.

Our chapter is involved in various ongoing conservation projects.  We are always seeking volunteers to help with these projects and to help with chapter functions.  For more information please see our “Projects” and “About Us” pages or contact us at the above e-mail address.  THINK GLOBALLY…ACT LOCALLY!

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We are wondering if you would be able to help with a research study being conducted this semester at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Many birds are killed each year by various forms of human technology and activity.  Some of these human-made hazards attract much more attention than do others. They are interested in how various factors that have been shown to influence people’s perceptions of the risks posed by nuclear power or sources of water pollution (e.g., is it a ‘new’ hazard, how ‘natural’ does the hazard seem) may also contribute to peoples’ perceptions of various hazards to birds.  This information will be useful in helping strategize in campaigns to raise awareness with regards to different kinds of threats to birds and other natural systems. They would greatly appreciate it if you could fill out the survey found at the following: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22BDFEUJWXT Your participation will remain anonymous and confidential.  The survey takes about 25 minutes to complete.