Is Mass Audubon membership tax-deductible?
Mass Audubon membership is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Benefits and levels are subject to change, and membership is not transferable.
How much does it cost to join the National Audubon Society?
The yearly membership cost for a family or individual is only $20. What does Sea & Sage Audubon do? We advocate for protection of birds and their habitats.
How do I cancel my Audubon membership?
Please call 866-284-6297 or send an email to [email protected] if you have questions about your membership, including: Your special benefits, including Audubon magazine.
Is Mass Audubon nonprofit?
Mass Audubon is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax identification number 04-2104702) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Is Audubon mass open?
As we enter the warm summer months, all of our wildlife sanctuaries are open and alive with people and wildlife. This is the result of an unprecedented investment supported by our donors, volunteers, and staff.
How many sanctuaries does Mass Audubon have?
60 wildlife sanctuaries
Get outdoors at one of 60 wildlife sanctuaries across the state, from the Berkshires to Martha’s Vineyard. At 20 sanctuaries, you can visit a nature center where friendly and knowledgeable staff members and volunteers will be happy to help you make the most of your visit.
What does Audubon Society membership include?
Gift Membership benefits include: Membership in your local chapter and free or reduced admission to Audubon Centers and Sanctuaries. Timely, relevant news about birds, their habitats, and the issues that affect them. A powerful voice in the fight to protect birds, plus advocacy opportunities.
How do I join the National Audubon Society?
Sign up for our e-newsletter Show your love of birds today by joining the Audubon network online. You will receive our monthly email newsletter and be the first to hear about opportunities to help birds in your area or nationwide.
Can we feed birds again in Massachusetts?
BOSTON (CBS) — It’s safe to start feeding the birds again in Massachusetts. Bird feeders should still be cleaned every two weeks with a solution of one part bleach to nine parts warm water in order to prevent avian diseases from spreading.
Are there vultures in MA?
Although soaring Turkey Vultures are now a regular sight in Massachusetts, they were rare until recent decades, when they expanded their range northward. The first confirmed breeding pair in the state was observed in 1954.
How do you become a member of the National Audubon Society?
ONLINE: You may join online through the National Audubon Society website. When you click on the link above, you will be directed to the National Audubon donation page. A donation of at least $20 will give you a one-year membership in both National Audubon and PVAS.
How much is a Mass Audubon membership?
Get a one-year individual or family membership for just $32! Offer ends June 30, 2021. Already a Member? Mass Audubon’s success is made possible by the commitment of our more than 130,000 members and supporters, who care deeply about the natural world and take action to protect it.
Why should I join Mass Audubon?
Mass Audubon’s success is made possible by the commitment of our more than 130,000 members and supporters, who care deeply about the natural world and take action to protect it. Join, renew, or give the gift of membership today to help us protect wildlife and wild lands in Massachusetts.
What’s new at Mass Audubon?
Many sanctuary buildings are still closed. From migration to food caching to home repair, autumn is a very busy time for our state’s native wildlife! Mass Audubon now protects more than 40,000 acres of land in Massachusetts—a conservation milestone. Take an interactive look at our land protection efforts over the last 125 years.
How much land does Mass Audubon protect in Massachusetts?
Mass Audubon now protects more than 40,000 acres of land in Massachusetts—a conservation milestone. Take an interactive look at our land protection efforts over the last 125 years. The 125th edition of our unique desktop calendar has arrived! A beloved gift for generations, it’s printed on recycled paper and made in the USA.