Welcome to Marin Audubon Society
For more than 50 years Marin Audubon has worked to protect wildlife habitat in Marin, sometimes stepping in to buy land that is slated for development.
MAS also provides its members and the public many opportunities to experience the birdlife and nature of Marin County and beyond through Field Trips and Events, our monthly MAS newsletter The Rail, and the annual Christmas Bird Counts. For a listing of many of our activities and events please check our Calendar.
Don't Miss Blackbird And The Storm At The Sweetwater March 4, 2017 - Marin Audubon is collaborating with Artist Marie-Juliette Bird of Blackbird and the Storm whose birdsong-inspired project incorporates the sounds and images of nature into an interesting musical experience. A portion of the proceeds from this show will benefit the programs of Marin Audubon. Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 2:00pm at the Sweetwater Music Hall,
Community Marin: A Vision For Marin County. Policy recommendations for land use planning by Marin Audubon Society, Marin Baylands Advocates, Marin Conservation League, Sierra Club-Marin Group, Salmon Protection and Watershed Network, San Geronimo Valley Planning Group. January 2013. [8.5 MB PDF]
Vegetation Management in Terrestrial Edges of Tidal Marshes, Western San Francisco Estuary, California. Integrated Vegetation Management Strategies and Practical Guidelines for Local Stewardship Programs. Prepared by Peter R. Baye, Ph.D. Coastal Plant Ecologist Prepared for: Marin Audubon Society, Mill Valley, California (Barbara Salzman, Project Manager) with funding provided by San Francisco Bay Joint Venture [445 KB PDF]
Our Mission: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the Earth's biological diversity.
An extensive listing of birding and nature resources
The success of the Marin Audubon Society depends greatly on our Chapter-Only Members.
Consistent with its mission, the Marin Audubon Society has been acquiring properties in Marin County with restorable habitat value.