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Whether you explore Possum Long Nature Center at your own pace, hike along with us at Lakeside STA and others for an expert-guided field trip, or join us for one of our many other activities, we help you engage with nature in meaningful ways.

Audubon of Martin County believes that when we advocate on behalf of birds, we promote a healthier, more sustainable, and more inclusive human community.

Audubon of Martin County promotes community connections around a shared passion for discovering birds and nature, hosting numerous field trips, special events, and thought-provoking lectures each year, many of which are FREE to the public.


More than ever before, Martin County's lands need our help. By restoring and preserving a mosaic of landscapes at Possum Long Nature Center - and empowering others to do the same - Audubon of Martin County members are educating residents on keeping local habitats healthy for birds and other wildlife.

Audubon of Martin County's nature-based education programs help connect kids to the outdoors through partnerships with local schools and community centers. These hands-on learning experiences help kids from all backgrounds explore, enjoy, and discover the natural world in their own communities.

Audubon of Martin County educates and empowers its members and the public through clear, straightforward communication of advocacy issues affecting our shared environment.


Sharing a passion for Martin County's natural heritage is essential for its future. By inspiring people of all ages to enjoy and appreciate the natural world, we are setting the stage for a bright future for birds and for all of us. We're inspiring leaders for the future of Martin County's environment.

With a small, dedicated staff, enthusiastic interns, and passionate volunteers, Audubon of Martin County actively manages Possum Long Nature Center and advocates for nearby properties to maximize their habitat value.


Audubon of Martin County's board and staff seek to explore and recommend appropriate advocacy policy and encourage the action of our members.

Special thanks to our benefactors!


Childs Trust       Nancy Haliwell        Jim Howe        Judith Yaker


Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fishel        Dr & Mrs Richard Forster        Knopf Family Foundation

Briggs-Trimble Family Charitable Fund          Gwyn George          TEAM PARKS


Elizabeth Fathauer          Mr & Mrs Ray Klahne

Eagle, Patron & Eco-Partner Members


      Mr & Mrs Robert Banks          Rick & Linda Haan          Wille & Mary Janeway


LaMont Albertson       Carmine Greco       David Levin       Michelle Loweth

John Mellaci       Mary Beth Menden       Deborah Payson       Linda Richey

Stephen Shaw       Jody Smith       Albert & Kathleen Williams

B the Change Native Pants & Landscape Design


Judy Bajoris & John Cook      Marcia Balow       Eula Clarke      Neila Coyle      Vicki Davis      Bill Dwyer

Jody Foster      Ned Hurle      Amy Kane      John Lee      Lorraine Morecraft       Mary Win O'Brien


Tony & Lori Pasko      Beverly Poppke     Renita Presler     Marty Purdy     Patty Sherrard      Geoff Smith


Paul Strauss      Mary Rollins       Ellyn Stevenson       Mimi & Randy Swaringen


Kathleen Tell      Katie Wacha       Merit Wallace       William Woolford

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