The Mobile Bay Audubon Board has been actively following the current situation with COVID-19. In light of the virus, we will be cancelling all Mobile Bay Audubon events, meetings, and field trips for March and April. This includes our April General Meeting, MBA Young Birders field trips, and all Eastern Shore Birders field trips.
While we are sad to have to cancel these things, we do so knowing it's in the best interest of our members and our community. While these things are canceled, we still encourage folks to get outside and go birding while practicing social distancing.
Currently, we are still planning to hold our General Meeting in May, but we'll notify everyone if this changes as it's hard to say what will happen at this point.
In the meantime, on behalf of our board, we hope you all stay healthy and enjoy spring migration.
Your generous donation will fund Mobile Bay Audubon’s mission to support bird and habitat conservation and other community projects. To learn more about our current projects visit our projects page. All donations made here go directly to the Mobile Bay Chapter of the National Audubon Society.
Want to join in on some great field trips? Send an email to Lynne Fitzgerald at firstname.lastname@example.org, MBAS's Field Trip Coordinator, to sign up for field trip notifications. Field trips are free and open to the public.
Please Note: You do not have to RSVP ahead of time for the adult field trips, but you must email Lynne Fitzgerald at the email above if you are not already on her field trip notification list. Field trips can be cancelled due to weather and other circumstances and you will receive any changes on them from Lynne.
The Mobile Bay Audubon Society, founded in 1969, is a chapter of the National Audubon Society. MBAS's belief is that the goal of conserving, protecting, and restoring habitat is best accomplished by working together with government agencies, nonprofit groups, and others to promote awareness, understanding, enjoyment and science-based stewardship of our environment.
Our mission is to support local bird conservation efforts and to better educate our community of the importance of our local birds and the natural world. See our projects page to read about our current work.