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Enclosed in this Annual Report is information about our Annual Fund Drive and a return envelope that you may use to send in your gift. You may also make a gift on our website, Your gift is tax deductible as we are a 501(c)3 organization. Thank you for your support, which makes so many things possible.
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Annual Report
To members and friends,
Hello! I am happy to send you this new publication, St. Paul Audubon Society’s Annual Report for 2019-2020. It includes a look at the finances for the fiscal year, an overview of the many activities and events in which we are involved, and a sincere thank-you to our donors and volunteers. In spite of the many challenges in 2020, your Society has had some notable achievements, has made many adaptations, and is looking ahead to 2021.
Thank you to our members, volunteers, friends and donors for your continuing support through financial gifts and gifts of your time and participation. You make many things possible as we continue to build on our mission to promote the enjoyment, understanding,
and protection of birds, other wildlife, and habitats through education, conservation, and advocacy.
Best wishes and happy birding,
Donn Waage
President, Saint Paul Audubon Society
Welcome Join Us!
The Saint Paul Audubon Society is a chapter
of the National Audubon Society. As a member of
National Audubon residing in Saint Paul and surrounding
areas, you are part of the Saint Paul Audubon Society. Events
during this summer forced us all to confront how our community has become more diverse in so many ways. To continue to fulfill our mission for birds and conservation, your Society will place more emphasis on welcoming the entire community regardless of their race, color, national origin, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, or age. You may notice some changes; for example, some of our field trips may be in more urban locations and/or include more information for people with disabilities. Everyone should feel welcome and safe at our events.
Please check our website,, for more information about events such as the monthly online speaker series, or to subscribe to the Cardinal, our bi-monthly newsletter.

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