here, select R14 as your local Chapter, which will alert Audubon Society of the Capital Region of your National Membership and associate you with ASCR.The annual dues to become a National Audubon Member are $20 and the benefits of your Membership include:There are two ways become involved and support Audubon efforts and initiatives: become a National Audubon Member and become an Audubon Society of the Capital Region Chapter Supporter. How you get involved is up to you; you can choose to join one or both organizations. Here are the instructions and benefits for both membership options.National Audubon is, as it sounds, a national organization. Your membership dues for the National organization largely stay at the National level. The local Chapter – Audubon Society of the Capital Region (ASCR) – receives a set amount of financial support from National annually. When you sign up to be a National Member, which you can do
Click here to become an ASCR Chapter Supporter now. Simply select $20 as your donation amount and write “Chapter Supporter” in the comments.
Chapter Support Memberships are annual, based on calendar year. If you become a Chapter Supporter during the months of November or December, we will include the following calendar year in your membership.
Thank you for your support!
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· National Audubon’s Home Page
· Audubon New York
· Hudson-Mohawk Bird Club
· New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
· Adirondack Mountain Club
· Save The Albany Pine Bush Site
· New York Sierra Club
· Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks
· NYS Ornithological Association
· Museum of Innovation and Science
· All about Birds
· Cornell Lab of Ornithology