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MEMBERSHIP

You have two membership options - you may join at the national level or at the local level.  

These memberships have differences:

VENTURA AUDUBON SOCIETY (LOCAL LEVEL): $20 / $40

 

The Ventura chapter serves Ventura County.  Our activities and events are focused on Ventura County's wild birds.  By choosing to join or renew your membership with the Ventura Audubon Society, 100% of the cost goes to support our local chapter.  Membership in Ventura Audubon includes our California Condor digital newsletter, nine monthly guest speakers a year, weekly field trips throughout the year, and many opportunities to become involved in helping protect local birds and their habitat.   

 

We currently have 2 membership options:

  1. General Membership : $20/year

  2. Shorebird Membership: $40/year: This includes a 2022 Shorebird Calendar with your membership.  This offer is good as long as calendar supplies last or until Jan 31, 2022.

 

To become a member of Ventura Audubon click the link below  "Join"   to be transferred to our Pay Pal site.

 


                                                         

If you prefer to join by check, use the Membership Form link below.  Print it out and complete the form,

then mail it with a check  made payable to the Ventura Audubon Society to the mailing address below. 

Ventura Audubon Society

P.O. Box 24198

Ventura, California 93002

Ventura Audubon does not share or sell membership information to anyone else.  

NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY (NATIONAL LEVEL): $30

 

New members can join the National Audubon Society with a joint membership in Ventura Audubon.   This option includes all the benefits of the local membership plus the award winning Audubon Magazine.  This is for NEW members only, if you are a renewing member and would like your dues to support the Ventura Audubon Society, please renew using the instructions above.  A joint membership is $30.00 for the first year.

 

To join National Audubon use this link:  http://www.audubon.org/