SCVAS was founded in 1926 and is a chapter of the National Audubon Society. Our membership is composed of nearly 4000 individuals throughout Santa Clara County. Our chapter regularly hosts birding fieldtrips and monthly general meetings and publishes our monthly newsletter, the Avocet. Our two main areas of concentration are education and conservation. SCVAS provides environmental education opportunities both in the classroom (hands-on activities, games, slide shows) and out in the field (wetlands and woodlands fieldtrips). Our conservation programs focus on environmental advocacy throughout the county and beyond.
Mission: To maintain, preserve and protect native animal and plant habitats and to foster a greater public awareness of our environment, with an emphasis on birds and their ecosystems, particularly in Santa Clara County and the San Francisco Bay Area.
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