Santa Fe Audubon - Who we are
Santa Fe Audubon Society, Inc. is the newest of 44 Audubon chapters in Florida,
and is chartered by the National Audubon Society and Audubon Florida. The
chapter serves Putnam, Bradford, western Clay, and eastern Alachua Counties.
We are a 501(c)3, tax-exempt organization.
We live in a special part of Florida, where natural and agricultural lands blend
with small towns to provide a peaceful, rural way of life. Santa Fe
Audubon strives to offer recreational, educational, and conservation activities
that reflect the values embodied in that way of life.
All are welcome to our activities!
A sustainable community where habitats for wildlife and a culture of
conservation thrive in a supportive small-town atmosphere.
To educate people of all ages in the value and necessity of environmental
stewardship through public programs, conservation actions, personal example,
partnerships, and opportunities to experience the natural world.