About Us

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.

History

The Marin Audubon Society was established in 1956 as part of the effort to prevent development of houses on Richardson Bay tidelands. In our early years, Marin Audubon Society (MAS) was one of the founders of Audubon Canyon Ranch. MAS also was instrumental in protecting Bothin Marsh in Mill Valley, and the Marin Islands National Wildlife Refuge in San Rafael, which supports the largest heron rookery in San Francisco Bay. MAS restores wetlands on its properties, then donates many of them to the California Department of Fish and Game and the Marin County Open Space District. MAS 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 three annual Marin Christmas Bird Counts.

Board of Directors

Please contact the appropriate board member shown below for information or inquiries. The Board meets at 6:30 PM the first Tuesday of the month at Richardson Bay Audubon Center, Tiburon. Meetings open to members. For general inquires, please use the form below.

Directors

Conservation
Roger Harris (Co-Chair)

Barbara Salzman (Co-Chair)

415-924-6057

Elyse Omernick (Northern Spotted Owl Conservation)

 

Field Trips
Douglas Waterman (interim) 
415-506-4675

 

Membership
Robert Hinz

 

Outreach/Website & Social Media
Elyse Omernick 

Contact Us

To correspond with MAS by mail please use the following address:

Marin Audubon Society
P.O. Box 599
Mill Valley, CA 94942-0599

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