The Bermuda Audubon Society is a non-profit making registered charity founded in 1954. It aims to enhance public understanding of the value of natural resources such as wild birds, animals, plants and water.
It is at the forefront of nature conservation in Bermuda, restoring and managing nature reserves such as Paget Marsh Nature Reserve and Blue Hole Park. The Society publishes a quarterly newsletter that details bird sightings, current environmental issues and upcoming field trips and lectures.
Andrew Dobson, the Society’s Vice President, has written the informative A Birdwatching Guide to Bermuda. His book lists the best birdwatching areas in Bermuda, describing the birds that visitors can expect to see. Details of how to purchase the book can be found on the Society’s website.
The Society has no office or paid officials and is run by a committee of volunteers. Membership costs $20 a year ($5 students).