The Napa-Solano Audubon Society is Chapter C-28 of the National Audubon Society, covering all of Napa and Solano Counties, located north and northeast of San Francisco Bay.
We are an active chapter with many opportunities for people of all ages to experience birds and natural areas. Attending a field trip is a great way to learn more about us. You do not have to be a "serious bird-watcher" to be a part of our group! We welcome newcomers and we need volunteers.
Our Mission is to share the fun of birding, promote conservation and scientific understanding of wild birds and their habitats, and offer engaging, science-based education emphasizing the communities of Napa and Solano counties. Read more about us.
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Beyond bird-watching, the Napa-Solano Audubon Society is a conservation group committed to monitoring local bird populations and preserving local biodiveristy in general. Napa and Solano counties are a beautiful and biologically rich area. We have a wide variety of natural habitats including tidal salt and fresh water marshes, vernal pools, grasslands with valley oaks, chaparral foothills, riparian corridors, and a several types of woodlands. Over 50,000 acres are cultivated vineyards. As an organization, we offer educational opportunities for the local community to increase awareness of the importance of these habitats and the birds that depend upon them.
We are a registered 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization.