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Maine Audubon is the state’s oldest and largest wildlife conservation organization.

Since 1843, Maine Audubon has worked to conserve Maine’s wildlife and wildlife habitat by engaging people in education, conservation, and action. The oldest and largest Maine-based conservation organization, Maine Audubon has eight public centers and sanctuaries across the state, seven chapters, and 30,000 members, volunteers, and supporters, and connects with more than 250,000 people annually.

An independent organization, Maine Audubon is not a chapter of National Audubon. We have an independent, collaborative relationship, and share conservation goals.

Our approach to helping the people of Maine become more informed, effective stewards of the state’s wildlife and habitat focuses on three primary areas:  conservation, education, and advocacy.